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English Meaning Index

Jonathan Slocum and Todd B. Krause

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.

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24TH :   <дъвадєсѧтьнъ и чєтврътъ>   twenty-fourth, 24th   --
8.287
9TH :   <дєвятъӏи>   ninth, 9th   --
8.290
ABASE :   <съмѣрити, -рѭ, -риши>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
ABJECT :   <ѹмил҄єнъ>   dejected, abject   --
8.124, 9.362, 10.158
ABLE :   <мошти, могѫ, можєши>   be able, can   --
6.161, 8.162, 8.316, 8.330
ABLE :   <потѧгнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
ABOUT :   <до>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
ABOUT :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
ABOUT :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
ABOUT :   <по>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
ABOVE :   <надъ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
ABUNDANT :   <обильнъ>   copious, abundant, large   --
1.213
ACCOMPLISH :   <исправити, -вл҄ѭ, -виши>   accomplish   --
8.216
ACCORDING :   <противъ, противѫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
ACCOUNT :   <по>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
ACHIEVE :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
ACQUIRE :   <изимати, ѥмлѭ, ѥмлѥши>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
ACQUIRE :   <имати, ѥмлѭ, ѥмлѥши>   take, take up; acquire   --
1.18, 1.38, 1.47, 6.282, 7.128
ACROSS :   <заморьѥ>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
ADD :   <примъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
ADDED :   <ти>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
ADJ. :   <крѣпъкъ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
ADJ. :   <отьнь>   (poss. adj.) of the father, father's   --
9.142
ADJ. :   <храбръ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
ADJUDICATE :   <сѫдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   judge, adjudicate   --
1.155
ADMONISH :   <наказати, -заѭ, -заѥши>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
ADORNED :   <изодѣӏати сѧ, -одѣѭ сѧ, -одѣѥши сѧ>   be dressed up, be adorned   --
3.27
ADVERBS :   <ти>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
AFFLICTION :   <пєчаль>   sadness, affliction   --
8.170, 9.184
AFFLUENT :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
AFRAID :   <ѹбоӏати сѧ, -боѭ сѧ, -боиши сѧ>   fear, become afraid   --
10.355
AFTER :   <за>   (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of   --
1.100, 1.167, 3.274, 3.361, 4.99, 4.102, 4.225, 4.284, 5.25
AFTER :   <по>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
AFTERWARD :   <послѣдь>   then, afterward   --
8.328
AFTERWARD :   <прочєѥ>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
AGAINST :   <кромѣ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
AGAINST :   <мьштати, -таѭ, -таѥши>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
AGAINST :   <на>   (w. acc.) onto, against, for, to the extent; (w. loc.) on, at   --
1.23, 1.26, 1.28, 1.31, 1.34, 1.39, 1.42, 1.45, 1.122, 1.133, 2.27, 2.169, 3.325, 3.331, 4.177, 4.212, 4.241, 4.256, 4.259, 4.312, 5.284, 5.314, 6.30, 6.47, 6.52, 6.145, 7.173, 8.102, 8.348, 8.361, 9.15, 9.29, 9.67, 9.79, 9.88, 9.119
AGAINST :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
AGAINST :   <побѣдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
AGE :   <въздрастъ>   age   --
10.382
AGE :   <старость>   old age   --
8.200
AGE :   <юность>   youth, young age   --
10.266
ALAS :   <ѹвъӏ>   (w. dat.) alas, woe   --
8.187, 9.190, 9.219, 9.228, 9.291
ALIVE :   <живъ>   alive, living   --
4.365, 8.283
ALL :   <вьсь>   all, every; whole   --
2.16, 2.124, 3.151, 3.165, 3.177, 5.114, 6.182, 7.106, 8.130, 8.215, 10.122, 10.128, 10.172
ALLOW :   <отъпѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
ALLOW :   <пѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
ALLOWABLE :   <льзѣ>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
ALONE :   <ѹѥдинити, -нѭ, -ниши>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
ALONG :   <Смольньскъ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
ALONG :   <козаринъ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
ALONG :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
ALONG :   <мурома>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
ALONG :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
ALONG :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
ALONG :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
ALONG :   <сѣвєръ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
ALREADY :   <южє, ѹжє>   already   --
4.127, 5.129, 6.87, 6.252, 6.275, 6.426, 8.213, 10.310
ALSO :   <и>   and; also, too, even   --
1.25, 1.30, 1.33, 1.41, 1.44, 1.102, 1.107, 1.113, 1.119, 1.124, 1.129, 1.142, 1.154, 1.165, 1.191, 1.203, 1.205, 1.207, 1.212, 1.220, 1.223, 2.5, 2.12, 2.18, 2.40, 2.71, 2.75, 2.79, 2.97, 2.122, 2.134, 2.145, 2.160, 2.164, 2.167, 2.172, 2.174, 2.199, 2.201, 2.218, 2.224, 2.228, 3.31, 3.43, 3.46, 3.63, 3.70, 3.103, 3.158, 3.186, 3.191, 3.199, 3.213, 3.225, 3.246, 3.278, 3.280, 3.292, 3.310, 3.324, 3.342, 4.5, 4.11, 4.17, 4.30, 4.42, 4.78, 4.154, 4.187, 4.192, 4.210, 4.224, 4.233, 4.287, 4.309, 4.328, 4.340, 4.361, 4.366, 5.52, 5.88, 5.94, 5.106, 5.122, 5.149, 5.200, 5.209, 5.225, 5.297, 5.302, 5.311, 6.26, 6.28, 6.61, 6.81, 6.84, 6.93, 6.106, 6.132, 6.144, 6.156, 6.164, 6.188, 6.193, 6.197, 6.260, 6.308, 6.359, 6.397, 6.404, 6.408, 6.431, 6.438, 6.449, 6.457, 6.460, 7.16, 7.20, 7.41, 7.49, 7.62, 7.75, 7.94, 7.101, 7.118, 7.123, 7.133, 7.147, 7.171, 7.199, 7.208, 7.213, 8.5, 8.17, 8.21, 8.34, 8.66, 8.75, 8.100, 8.106, 8.126, 8.129, 8.139, 8.144, 8.169, 8.172, 8.181, 8.192, 8.194, 8.265, 8.274, 8.302, 8.319, 8.327, 8.358, 8.375, 8.382, 8.395, 8.398, 8.409, 9.5, 9.14, 9.27, 9.47, 9.77, 9.96, 9.107, 9.111, 9.130, 9.151, 9.176, 9.183, 9.186, 9.205, 9.210, 9.247, 9.308, 9.342, 9.367, 9.384, 9.412, 10.5, 10.9, 10.11, 10.44, 10.56, 10.68, 10.93, 10.120, 10.127, 10.139, 10.160, 10.169, 10.187, 10.214, 10.230, 10.233, 10.256, 10.343, 10.379, 10.381
ALSO :   <тожє>   also, and   --
3.253
ANGEL :   <ангєльскъ>   of an angel, angel's, angelic   --
9.328
ANGELIC :   <ангєльскъ>   of an angel, angel's, angelic   --
9.328
ANGLES :   <аглянє, анъглянє>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
ANIMAL :   <звѣрь>   (wild) animal   --
10.29
ANNOUNCE :   <повѣдѣти, -вѣмь, -вѣси>   announce, report, recount   --
4.6, 6.458
ANNOUNCEMENT :   <вѣсть>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
ANY :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
ANY :   <заморьѥ>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
ANY :   <къи, коє, коӏа>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
ANYHOW :   <понѣ>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
APART :   <обънажити, -жѫ, -жиши>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
APOSTLE :   <апостольскъ>   of the apostle, apostle's, apostolic   --
10.358
APOSTOLIC :   <апостольскъ>   of the apostle, apostle's, apostolic   --
10.358
APPLIED :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
APPLIED :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
APPROACH :   <приспѣти, -спѣѭ, -спѣѥши>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
ARISTOCRACY :   <вєльможа>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
ARISTOCRAT :   <боӏаринъ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
ARISTOCRAT :   <вєльможа>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
ARMY :   <вой>   fighter; (pl.) troops, army   --
5.313, 6.24, 7.8, 7.51, 7.126
AROUND :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
AROUND :   <окрѫгъ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
AROUND :   <походити, -ждѫ, -диши>   go, go around   --
3.102
ARRANGE :   <пристроити, -строѭ, -строиши>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
ARRIVE :   <пристати, -станѫ, -станєши>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
ARRIVE :   <прити, -идѫ, -идєши>   come, arrive   --
2.19, 4.10, 4.22, 4.33, 4.50, 4.234, 5.24, 5.65, 5.74, 5.184, 6.257, 6.439, 9.41, 9.78, 9.109, 9.134
ARROGANT :   <гръдити сѧ, -ждѫ, -диши>   be haughty, be arrogant   --
4.307
ASK :   <молити, -лѭ, -лиши>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.65, 8.110, 9.399, 10.340
ASK :   <помолити, -лѭ, -лиши>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.90
ASK :   <просити, -шѫ, -сиши>   ask, demand   --
5.14, 6.332, 6.363, 6.384
ASK :   <ѹпросити, -шѫ, -сиши>   ask, interrogate, question   --
2.173
ASKING :   <испросити, -жѫ, -сиши>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
ASKOLD :   <Асколдъ, Осколдъ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
ASKULDR :   <Асколдъ, Осколдъ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
ASLEEP :   <ѹсънѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   fall asleep   --
8.276
ASMUD :   <Асмудъ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
ASMUND :   <Асмудъ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
ASMUNDR :   <Асмудъ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
ASSUME :   <мьнѣти, мьнѭ, мьниши>   believe, think, assume   --
9.324
ATIL :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
ATTACH :   <повьрзъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
ATTAIN :   <добъӏти, -бѫдѫ, -бѫдєши>   get, attain   --
3.45
AUDACITY :   <дръзновєньѥ>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
AUGUST :   <авъгѹстъ>   Augustus; (the month of) August   --
8.292
AUGUSTUS :   <авъгѹстъ>   Augustus; (the month of) August   --
8.292
AUTHORITY :   <власть>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
AVENGE :   <мьштати, -таѭ, -таѥши>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
AWAY :   <абьє>   right away   --
8.275, 10.121
AWAY :   <възвратити, -штѫ, -тиши>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
AWAY :   <въринѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
AWAY :   <вєсти, вєдѫ, вєдєши>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
AWAY :   <изгнати, иждєнѫ, иждєнєши>   cast out, cast away; drive out, drive away   --
1.98
AWAY :   <испѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
AWAY :   <кромѣ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
AWAY :   <отъврѣшти, -врьгѫ, -врьгєши>   throw away, renounce   --
8.322
AWAY :   <отъпѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
AWAY :   <поимати, -ѥмл҄ѭ, -ѥмл҄ѥши>   take, take away   --
3.175
AWAY :   <пѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
AWAY :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
AXIS :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
BACK :   <възвратити, -штѫ, -тиши>   give back; (refl.) come back   --
3.100, 3.120
BACK :   <въспѧть>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
BACK :   <опѧть>   back   --
3.136, 3.174, 6.290
BACK :   <поити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go, set out; go back, return   --
1.221, 2.161, 3.36, 3.82, 4.98, 6.289, 9.69, 9.112, 10.41
BACKWARD :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
BAD :   <зълъ>   evil, bad   --
9.33, 10.20, 10.100, 10.201
BAND :   <дрѹжина>   retinue, band of retainers, troop   --
3.23, 3.92, 3.113, 3.119, 3.200, 5.181, 5.246, 5.266, 5.299, 6.90, 7.210, 9.65
BANK :   <полъ, полѹ>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
BARK :   <скора>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
BASE :   <подольѥ>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
BASEMENT :   <клѣть>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
BASIC :   <разѹмъ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
BASIL :   <Василий>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
BATH :   <мовь>   a washing, bath   --
5.68
BATHE :   <измъӏти, -мъӏѭ, -мъӏѥши>   bathe, wash   --
5.72
BATHE :   <мъӏти, мъӏѭ, мъӏѥши>   bathe, wash   --
5.93
BATHHOUSE :   <истъбъка>   tent, hut; bathhouse   --
5.87, 5.98
BE :   <бъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   be   --
10.361, 10.369
BEAT :   <ѹдарити, -рѭ, -риши>   strike, beat   --
6.67
BEAUTY :   <доброта>   goodness; beauty; virtue   --
9.366
BECAUSE :   <за>   (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of   --
1.100, 1.167, 3.274, 3.361, 4.99, 4.102, 4.225, 4.284, 5.25
BECAUSE :   <ради>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
BECAUSE :   <ӏако>   as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation)   --
1.179, 3.135, 4.8, 5.207, 5.276, 6.140, 6.249, 6.357, 7.44, 7.130, 8.18, 8.359, 9.108, 9.115, 10.57, 10.94, 10.144
BECOME :   <бъӏти, бѫдѫ, бѫдєши>   be, become   --
1.115, 1.125, 1.151, 1.218, 2.49, 2.56, 2.101, 2.135, 2.189, 2.190, 3.29, 3.176, 3.202, 3.215, 3.217, 3.238, 3.251, 3.316, 3.335, 3.338, 3.354, 3.358, 3.368, 4.71, 4.91, 4.94, 4.104, 4.124, 5.245, 6.71, 6.229, 6.324, 6.376, 6.396, 6.427, 6.453, 7.96, 7.103, 7.187, 8.19, 8.140, 8.360, 9.135, 9.259, 9.283, 9.301, 9.344, 9.394, 9.404, 9.407, 10.95, 10.280, 10.393
BECOME :   <изнємошти, -могѫ, -можєши>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
BECOME :   <ѹбоӏати сѧ, -боѭ сѧ, -боиши сѧ>   fear, become afraid   --
10.355
BECOME :   <ѹпити сѧ, -пьѭ, -пьѥши>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
BECOME :   <ѹтръпати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
BED :   <гнѣздо>   couch, bed; nest   --
7.66
BEFORE :   <прѣдъ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
BEFORE :   <прѣждє>   before   --
2.55, 8.289
BEG :   <ѹнити, -нѭ, -ниши>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
BEGIN :   <начѧти, -чьнѫ, -чьнєши>   begin   --
2.229, 5.91, 8.35, 8.64, 8.109, 8.363, 9.18, 10.98
BEGIN :   <почѧти, -чьнѫ, -чьнєши>   begin, commence   --
1.108, 1.131, 6.88
BEHIND :   <за>   (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of   --
1.100, 1.167, 3.274, 3.361, 4.99, 4.102, 4.225, 4.284, 5.25
BEHIND :   <остати, останѫ, останєши>   stay behind, remain   --
2.220
BEHIND :   <ѹѥдинити, -нѭ, -ниши>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
BEHOLD :   <зрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look at, behold; see   --
8.42
BEHOLD :   <сє>   lo, behold   --
1.180, 3.266, 5.128, 6.425, 9.337
BEHOLD :   <ѹзрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look at, behold; see   --
2.168
BEJEWELED :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
BELIEVE :   <мьнѣти, мьнѭ, мьниши>   believe, think, assume   --
9.324
BELO-OZERO :   <Бѣло Ѥзєро>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
BELO-OZERO :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
BELONGING :   <диӏаволь>   of the devil, belonging to the devil, diabolical   --
9.35
BELOOZERO :   <Бѣло Ѥзєро>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
BELOR. :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
BELOW :   <въздолѣ>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
BELOW :   <подъ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
BENDING :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
BESEECH :   <молити, -лѭ, -лиши>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.65, 8.110, 9.399, 10.340
BESEECH :   <помолити, -лѭ, -лиши>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.90
BETTER :   <лѹчьи, лѹчє, лѹчьши>   better   --
3.295, 5.46
BETTER :   <ѹньи, ѹн҄є, ѹн҄ьши>   better   --
9.300
BETWEEN :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
BETWEEN :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
BIG :   <вєликъ>   big, large, great   --
1.211, 4.209, 4.243, 4.305, 5.22, 5.206, 8.255
BIGGER :   <бол҄ьи>   bigger, more   --
3.123, 9.16
BIND :   <повьрзъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
BIND :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
BIND :   <привѧзъӏвати, -зѹѭ, -зѹѥши>   fasten, bind   --
7.23
BINDING :   <сътѫга>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
BIRTH :   <родъ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
BITTER :   <горькъ>   bitter, pungent, unpleasant   --
8.107, 8.171, 8.178, 9.182
BLACK :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
BLACK :   <горѣти, -рѭ, -риши>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
BLESSED :   <блажєнъ>   blessed   --
8.63, 8.195, 8.341, 9.38, 9.179, 10.142
BLESSED :   <свѧтъ>   holy, blessed   --
3.362, 8.365, 8.417, 10.39, 10.60
BLIND :   <слѣпъ>   blind   --
8.197
BLOOD-DRINKING :   <кръвопийца>   blood-drinking, bloodthirsty   --
10.24
BLOODTHIRSTY :   <кръвопийца>   blood-drinking, bloodthirsty   --
10.24
BOAST :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
BOAT :   <корабльць>   caravel, (a type of) boat   --
9.122, 10.43
BOAT :   <лодья>   boat   --
3.300, 3.315, 4.152, 4.157, 4.186, 4.191, 4.196, 4.264, 4.291, 4.330, 10.103
BODY :   <тѣло>   body   --
8.332, 8.411, 10.176
BODYGUARD :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
BOIL :   <възгарати, -раѭ, -раѥши>   burn; boil over   --
7.77
BOJAR :   <боӏаринъ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
BORICHEV :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
BORIS :   <Борисъ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
BORIS :   <Глѣбъ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
BORIS :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
BORIS :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
BORIS :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
BORIS :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
BORIS :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
BOTH :   <оба, обѣ, обѣ>   both   --
6.45
BOTTOM :   <въздолѣ>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
BOUNDARY :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
BOUNDARY :   <ѹставъ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
BOW :   <поклонъ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
BOY :   <отрокъ>   boy, servant   --
3.25, 5.228, 5.281, 8.303
BOYAR :   <боӏаринъ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
BRANCH :   <лоза>   twig, branch; grape-vine   --
10.325
BREAK :   <въстати, -станѫ, -станєши>   stand up, break out   --
1.120
BREAK :   <наломити, -млѭ, -миши>   break, fracture   --
9.97
BREAST :   <дѣтѧ>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
BREATHING :   <въздъӏханьѥ>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
BREED :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
BRETHREN :   <братьӏа>   (collective) brothers, brethren   --
2.8, 2.192, 8.72, 8.134, 8.146, 10.184, 10.213, 10.232, 10.378
BRIGHT :   <бльштати сѧ, -штѫ сѧ, -штиши сѧ>   shine, glisten; shine, be bright   --
10.110
BRING :   <въскланӏати, -нӏаѭ, -нӏаѥши>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
BRING :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
BRING :   <нєсти, -сѫ, -сєши>   bring   --
4.323
BRING :   <принєсти, -сѫ, -сєши>   bring, carry   --
4.310, 8.413
BRING :   <съвєсти, -зѫ, -зєши>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
BROTHER :   <Борисъ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
BROTHER :   <Глѣбъ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
BROTHER :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
BROTHER :   <Хоривъ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
BROTHER :   <Щєкъ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
BROTHER :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
BROTHER :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
BROTHER :   <братонєвавидьникъ>   hostile to one's brother   --
10.25
BROTHER :   <братръ, братъ>   brother   --
2.72, 8.142, 9.159, 9.164, 9.246, 9.280, 9.383, 10.228, 10.255
BROTHERS :   <братьӏа>   (collective) brothers, brethren   --
2.8, 2.192, 8.72, 8.134, 8.146, 10.184, 10.213, 10.232, 10.378
BUCKLE :   <сътѫга>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
BUILD :   <съдѣлати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
BURDENSOME :   <тѧжькъ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
BURIAL :   <могъӏла>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
BURN :   <възгарати, -раѭ, -раѥши>   burn; boil over   --
7.77
BURN :   <възгорѣти, -рѭ, -риши>   burn, burn up   --
7.109
BURN :   <горѣти, -рѭ, -риши>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
BURN :   <зажєшти, -жєгѫ, -жєжєши>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
BURN :   <изгорѣти, -рѭ, -риши>   burn up   --
5.113
BURN :   <прѣжєшти, -жєгѫ, -жєжєши>   burn   --
5.86
BURY :   <засъӏпати, -плѭ, -плѥши>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
BURY :   <погрєти, -грєбѫ, -грєбєши>   bury   --
3.214, 8.421
BURY :   <посъӏпати, -плѭ, -плѥши>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
BUT :   <а>   and, but; if   --
1.36, 1.214, 2.24, 2.29, 2.104, 3.33, 3.98, 3.351, 4.87, 4.148, 4.280, 5.293, 5.306, 6.126, 6.181, 6.207, 6.274, 6.434, 7.12, 7.152, 7.158, 7.182, 9.163, 10.63, 10.79, 10.175, 10.252, 10.330, 10.366
BUT :   <жє>   and, but   --
1.185, 2.67, 2.187, 2.217, 2.234, 3.20, 3.87, 3.118, 3.133, 3.237, 3.264, 3.334, 3.337, 3.357, 4.60, 4.119, 4.173, 4.205, 4.252, 4.273, 4.300, 4.355, 5.64, 5.85, 5.139, 5.162, 5.178, 5.248, 5.260, 6.104, 6.120, 6.225, 6.246, 6.299, 6.318, 6.358, 6.394, 6.422, 6.451, 7.6, 7.61, 7.72, 7.98, 7.144, 8.7, 8.168, 8.301, 8.314, 8.342, 9.60, 9.306, 9.358, 9.409, 9.416, 10.40, 10.364
BUT :   <нъ>   but   --
2.143, 3.330, 4.133, 4.182, 6.233, 6.279, 6.328, 8.175, 9.13, 9.277, 10.312, 10.395
BUT :   <прочєѥ>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
BUT :   <ти>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
BUT :   <то>   but, then, therefore   --
3.149, 3.164, 5.16
BY :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
BY :   <за>   (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of   --
1.100, 1.167, 3.274, 3.361, 4.99, 4.102, 4.225, 4.284, 5.25
BY :   <испросити, -жѫ, -сиши>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
BY :   <мимо>   past, by   --
2.166
BY :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
BY :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
BY :   <отъ>   (w. gen.) of, from; by   --
1.51, 2.41, 2.52, 5.110, 6.342, 6.399, 8.159, 8.166, 9.113, 9.137, 9.167, 9.201, 9.275, 9.278, 9.310, 9.364, 9.368, 10.18, 10.83, 10.124, 10.129, 10.295
BY :   <ѹ>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
BYZANTINE :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
BYZANTINE :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
BYZANTIUM :   <Цѣсарь Градъ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
CALENDS :   <каланъди>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
CALL :   <възвати, -зовѫ, -зовєши>   call, summon   --
4.12
CALL :   <звати, зовѫ, зовєши>   cry out; call, summon   --
1.176, 1.182, 4.238, 9.45
CALL :   <прозвати, -зовѫ, -зовєши>   call, summon   --
2.44
CAN :   <мошти, могѫ, можєши>   be able, can   --
6.161, 8.162, 8.316, 8.330
CAPTURE :   <изимати, ѥмлѭ, ѥмлѥши>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
CAPTURE :   <пагѹба>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
CARAVEL :   <корабльць>   caravel, (a type of) boat   --
9.122, 10.43
CARE :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
CARE :   <почьстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   cultivate, care for, honor   --
4.136
CARELESS :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
CARELESSNESS :   <ѹнъӏньѥ>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
CARRIED :   <ӏахати (ӏад-), -хаѭ, -хаѥши>   be carried, ride, go   --
4.176, 4.255
CARRY :   <възнєсти, -сѫ, -сєши>   carry, transport, transfer   --
4.188
CARRY :   <въӏносити, -шѫ, -сиши>   carry off, make off with   --
3.150
CARRY :   <вєсти, вєдѫ, вєдєши>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
CARRY :   <носити, -шѫ, -сиши>   carry; have   --
10.315
CARRY :   <понєсти, -сѫ, -сєши>   carry, transport   --
4.183, 4.261, 4.288
CARRY :   <принєсти, -сѫ, -сєши>   bring, carry   --
4.310, 8.413
CART :   <возъ>   chariot, wagon, cart   --
4.260
CARVE :   <сѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
CASPIAN :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
CAST :   <възложити, -жѫ, -жиши>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
CAST :   <въринѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
CAST :   <изгнати, иждєнѫ, иждєнєши>   cast out, cast away; drive out, drive away   --
1.98
CASTLE :   <Въӏшєградъ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
CASTLE :   <трѣмъ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
CASTLE :   <трѣмьнъ>   of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle   --
3.367, 4.214
CATCH :   <състигнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
CEDAR :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
CELLAR :   <вѣжа>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
CELLAR :   <клѣть>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
CERTAIN :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
CHAPTER :   <глава>   head; chapter   --
8.321, 8.366
CHARGE :   <ѹрокъ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
CHARIOT :   <возъ>   chariot, wagon, cart   --
4.260
CHASTISE :   <наказати, -заѭ, -заѥши>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
CHILD :   <дѣтѧ>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
CHILD :   <младєньствовати, -вѹѭ, -вѹѥши>   be a child   --
10.365, 10.384
CHILD-KILLING :   <съӏрорѣзаньѥ>   (meaning unclear) child-killing?   --
10.396
CHILDISH :   <дѣтьскъ>   childish   --
3.244, 6.73
CHILDREN :   <дѣть>   children; (often pl.) infants, children   --
10.360
CHOICE :   <любъ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
CHOIR :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
CHOOSE :   <избрати, -бєрѫ, -бєрєши>   elect, select, choose   --
2.6
CHOSEN :   <любъ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
CHUDS :   <чюдь>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
CHURCH :   <црькъӏ>   church, temple   --
8.416
CITADEL :   <Въӏшєградъ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
CITY :   <Въӏшєградъ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
CITY :   <Искоростѣнь>   Iskorosten (name of a city)   --
3.195, 3.221
CITY :   <Къӏєвъ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
CITY :   <Муромъ>   Murom (name of a city)   --
2.120
CITY :   <Полотьскъ>   Polotsk (name of a city)   --
2.85, 2.111
CITY :   <Ростовъ>   Rostov (name of a city)   --
2.87, 2.114
CITY :   <Смольньскъ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
CITY :   <Цѣсарь Градъ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
CITY :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
CITY :   <градъкъ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
CIVIL :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
CLASP :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
CLASP :   <сътѫга>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
CLASSICAL :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
CLEARLY :   <вєльми>   greatly, very; clearly   --
9.51
CLOAK :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
CLOSE :   <запрѣти, -прѫ, -прєши>   close, shut   --
5.95
CLOSE :   <затворити, -рѭ, -риши>   close, shut   --
6.107, 6.128
CLOSELY :   <възрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
CLOTH :   <платъкъ>   cloth, garment   --
7.27
CLOTH :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
CLOTHES :   <одєжда>   garment, clothing, clothes   --
8.198
CLOTHES :   <пъртъӏ>   (pl.) dress, clothes, garments   --
3.32
CLOTHING :   <одєжда>   garment, clothing, clothes   --
8.198
COHORT :   <плъкъ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
COLLAR :   <гривьна>   collar, necklace   --
8.318
COLLECT :   <събьрати, -бєрѫ, -бєрєши>   collect, gather   --
5.44, 6.23, 6.398
COLLECT :   <съвъкѹпити, -плѭ, -пиши>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
COLLECT :   <съвєсти, -зѫ, -зєши>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
COLLECT :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
COLLECT :   <съсѹти, съсъпѫ, съсъпєши>   collect, heap up   --
5.204, 5.208
COLLECTIVE :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
COLLECTIVE :   <братьӏа>   (collective) brothers, brethren   --
2.8, 2.192, 8.72, 8.134, 8.146, 10.184, 10.213, 10.232, 10.378
COLLECTIVE :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
COLLECTIVE :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
COLLECTIVE :   <рѹсь>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
COLLECTIVE :   <чюдь>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
COMB :   <грєти, грєбѫ, грєбєши>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
COME :   <възвратити, -штѫ, -тиши>   give back; (refl.) come back   --
3.100, 3.120
COME :   <въсѣсти, -сѧдѫ, -сѧдєши>   sit, sit down; come down   --
9.66
COME :   <приспѣти, -спѣѭ, -спѣѥши>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
COME :   <пристати, -станѫ, -станєши>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
COME :   <пристѫпити, -пл҄ѭ, -пиши>   come up to, step up   --
8.50, 8.135
COME :   <прити, -идѫ, -идєши>   come, arrive   --
2.19, 4.10, 4.22, 4.33, 4.50, 4.234, 5.24, 5.65, 5.74, 5.184, 6.257, 6.439, 9.41, 9.78, 9.109, 9.134
COME :   <разѹмѣти, -ѣѭ, -ѣѥши>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
COME :   <съмирити, -рѭ, -риши>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
COME :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
COME :   <ѹполѹчити сѧ, -чѫ сѧ, -чиши сѧ>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
COMING :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
COMING :   <съкѹпъ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
COMMAND :   <повєлѣти, -лѭ, -лиши>   give a command, command   --
4.206, 4.362, 5.66, 5.107, 5.201, 5.210, 5.226, 5.280, 5.298, 7.17, 7.42, 7.124, 8.52
COMMANDER :   <водитєль>   leader, commander   --
8.196
COMMANDER :   <воєвода>   (military) commander, vojevoda   --
3.250
COMMEMORATION :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
COMMENCE :   <почѧти, -чьнѫ, -чьнєши>   begin, commence   --
1.108, 1.131, 6.88
COMMEND :   <прѣдати, -дамь, -даси>   hand over, commend   --
6.148, 6.185, 7.155, 8.277, 9.265
COMMIT :   <дѣӏати, дѣѭ, дѣѥши>   do, commit   --
8.70, 10.182, 10.197, 10.347
COMPLETE :   <съврьшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   prepare, perfect, complete   --
10.368
COMPLETE :   <съконьчати, -чаѭ, -чѥши>   complete, end, fulfill   --
8.51, 8.136, 8.397
CONCEITED :   <вєличати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
CONCERN :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
CONCERNING :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
CONFIDENCE :   <дръзновєньѥ>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
CONFINED :   <тѫжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
CONQUER :   <побѣдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
CONSIDER :   <размъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   think, consider   --
3.90
CONSIDER :   <съдѹмати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
CONSTANTINOPLE :   <Цѣсарь Градъ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
CONSUMMATION :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
CONTEST :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
CONTRIVE :   <примъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
CONTRIVE :   <ѹмъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   devise, contrive, invent   --
6.165
CONVENING :   <съкѹпъ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
COOK :   <възварити, -рѭ, -риши>   cook   --
5.169
COPIOUS :   <обильнъ>   copious, abundant, large   --
1.213
CORN :   <класъ>   ear of corn   --
10.308
CORNICE :   <стрѣха>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
CORRECTOR :   <казатєль>   corrector, reprover   --
8.202
CORRUPTION :   <пагѹба>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
COST :   <ѹрокъ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
COUCH :   <гнѣздо>   couch, bed; nest   --
7.66
COUNSEL :   <съдѹмати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
COUNSELLOR :   <съвѣтьникъ>   counsellor   --
9.34
COURT :   <дворъ>   court, courtyard; home, household   --
3.340, 3.352, 3.359, 3.366, 4.213, 4.313, 6.343, 6.400, 7.97, 7.108
COURTYARD :   <дворъ>   court, courtyard; home, household   --
3.340, 3.352, 3.359, 3.366, 4.213, 4.313, 6.343, 6.400, 7.97, 7.108
COVER :   <засъӏпати, -плѭ, -плѥши>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
COVER :   <посъӏпати, -плѭ, -плѥши>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
CROP :   <пожѧти, -жьнѭ, -жьнѥши>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
CROSS-BENCH :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
CROWD :   <плъкъ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
CROWN :   <вѣньць>   crown, diadem   --
8.401
CRUSH :   <съкрѹшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
CRY :   <възъпити, -пиѭ, -пиѥши>   cry out   --
9.180
CRY :   <звати, зовѫ, зовєши>   cry out; call, summon   --
1.176, 1.182, 4.238, 9.45
CULTIVATE :   <почьстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   cultivate, care for, honor   --
4.136
CUT :   <исѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
CUT :   <отъсѣкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   cut off   --
8.320
CUT :   <пожѧти, -жьнѭ, -жьнѥши>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
CUT :   <порѣзати, -заѭ, -заѥши>   cut off (from life)   --
10.324
CUT :   <сѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
CYPRESS :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
DANAPRIS :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DANCE :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
DARING :   <дръзновєньѥ>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
DARK :   <омрачати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   grow dark, darken   --
10.67
DARK :   <съмръкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   grow dark, darken   --
7.45
DARKEN :   <омрачати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   grow dark, darken   --
10.67
DARKEN :   <съмръкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   grow dark, darken   --
7.45
DAWN :   <ютро, ѹтро>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
DAWN :   <ѹранити, -нѭ, -ниши>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
DAY :   <дьнь>   day   --
3.228, 8.288
DAY :   <каланъди>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
DAYBREAK :   <ютро, ѹтро>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
DEAD :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
DEAR :   <драгъ>   dear, precious   --
8.193, 10.188
DEAR :   <любъ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
DEATH :   <съмрьть>   death   --
4.360, 9.143, 9.264
DECEITFUL :   <прѣльстьнъ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
DECORATIVE :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
DEEM :   <съподобити, -блѭ, -биши>   deem worthy   --
9.406
DEEP :   <глѫбокъ>   deep   --
4.211
DEFEND :   <мьштати, -таѭ, -таѥши>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
DEFINE :   <ѹставлӏати, -ӏаѭ, -ӏаѥши>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
DEFINITION :   <ѹставъ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
DEJECTED :   <ѹмил҄єнъ>   dejected, abject   --
8.124, 9.362, 10.158
DELIBERATE :   <съдѹмати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
DEMAND :   <просити, -шѫ, -сиши>   ask, demand   --
5.14, 6.332, 6.363, 6.384
DENOTING :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
DENSE :   <чѧстъ>   dense   --
10.170
DEPART :   <отити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go out, depart   --
5.295
DEPRIVE :   <обънажити, -жѫ, -жиши>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
DEPRIVE :   <ѹсирити, -рѭ, -риши>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
DEREVA :   <Дєрєвъӏ>   Dereva (placename)   --
3.60, 3.224
DEREVA :   <дрѣвлянинъ>   Derevlian, from Dereva   --
3.134, 3.196, 3.265, 3.294, 4.9, 4.32, 4.61, 5.8, 5.43, 5.63, 5.90, 5.125, 5.223, 5.241, 5.279, 5.301, 6.41, 6.53, 6.95, 6.103, 6.127, 6.224, 6.300, 6.393, 6.450
DEREVA :   <дрѣвьскъ>   of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian   --
4.64, 4.95, 4.110, 5.50, 6.31, 7.203
DEREVLIAN :   <дрѣвлянинъ>   Derevlian, from Dereva   --
3.134, 3.196, 3.265, 3.294, 4.9, 4.32, 4.61, 5.8, 5.43, 5.63, 5.90, 5.125, 5.223, 5.241, 5.279, 5.301, 6.41, 6.53, 6.95, 6.103, 6.127, 6.224, 6.300, 6.393, 6.450
DEREVLIAN :   <дрѣвьскъ>   of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian   --
4.64, 4.95, 4.110, 5.50, 6.31, 7.203
DESCEND :   <вълѣсти, -лѣзѫ, -лѣзєши>   enter; descend (into)   --
5.89
DESCEND :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
DESCENT :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
DESIRE :   <въсхотѣти, -хоштѫ, -хоштєши>   want, wish, desire   --
8.226, 8.232, 8.239
DESIRE :   <жєлати, -лаѭ, -лаѥши>   desire, want, wish for   --
3.122
DESIRE :   <ѹнити, -нѭ, -ниши>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
DESPAIR :   <отъчаӏати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
DESPISE :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
DESPOTIC :   <власть>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
DESTROY :   <погѹбити, -блѭ, -биши>   destroy   --
3.167
DESTROYED :   <изгъӏбати, -баѭ -блѭ, -баѥши -блѥши>   perish, be destroyed   --
2.200
DESTRUCTION :   <пагѹба>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
DEVICE :   <чьсть>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
DEVIL :   <диӏаволь>   of the devil, belonging to the devil, diabolical   --
9.35
DEVISE :   <примъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
DEVISE :   <ѹмъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   devise, contrive, invent   --
6.165
DIABOLICAL :   <диӏаволь>   of the devil, belonging to the devil, diabolical   --
9.35
DIADEM :   <вѣньць>   crown, diadem   --
8.401
DIE :   <измрѣти, -мрѫ, -мрєши>   die   --
6.210
DIE :   <омрътвѣти, -вѣѭ, -вѣѥши>   die   --
10.131
DIE :   <ѹмрѣти, -рѫ, -рєши>   die   --
2.70, 9.162, 9.305, 9.347
DIFFICULTY :   <тѫга>   distress, difficulty   --
9.339
DIG :   <ископати, -паѭ, -паѥши>   dig, dig out, excavate   --
4.207
DIR :   <Диръ>   Dir (Scandinavian name)   --
2.219
DISCERN :   <ѹставлӏати, -ӏаѭ, -ӏаѥши>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
DISCORD :   <ѫсобица>   discord, strife, sedition   --
1.128
DISEASE :   <пагѹба>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
DISTANCE :   <зьрѣимо>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
DISTRESS :   <тѫга>   distress, difficulty   --
9.339
DISTRIBUTE :   <раздаӏати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   distribute, give out   --
2.80, 7.7
DITCH :   <гробъ>   grave, ditch   --
5.147, 5.186
DITCH :   <ровъ>   ditch, hole   --
9.95
DNEPR :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DNIEPER :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DNIEPER :   <Смольньскъ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
DNIEPER :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
DNIEPER :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
DNIEPER :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
DNIPRO :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DNJAPRO :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
DO :   <дѣӏати, дѣѭ, дѣѥши>   do, commit   --
8.70, 10.182, 10.197, 10.347
DO :   <насилити, -лѭ, -лиши>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
DO :   <сътворити, -рѭ, -риши>   do, make   --
3.281, 5.69, 5.150, 5.212, 6.263, 9.360, 10.202, 10.227
DOMESTICUS :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
DONATE :   <отъдаӏати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
DOOR :   <двьрь>   door, front door, entrance   --
5.111
DOOR :   <ѹсть>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
DOVE :   <голѫбь>   dove, pigeon   --
6.346, 6.403, 7.10, 7.19, 7.48, 7.60
DOVECOTE :   <голѫбникъ>   dovecote, pigeon loft   --
7.70, 7.79
DOWN :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
DOWN :   <въсѣсти, -сѧдѫ, -сѧдєши>   sit, sit down; come down   --
9.66
DOWN :   <испасти, -падѫ, -падєши>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
DOWN :   <исѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
DOWN :   <лєшти, лѧгѫ, лѧжєши>   lie down, recline   --
4.155
DOWN :   <положити, -жѫ, -жиши>   lay down, set down   --
8.410, 9.32
DOWN :   <съ>   (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with   --
2.9, 2.150, 3.38, 3.95, 3.116, 3.139, 3.241, 3.243, 4.329, 5.265, 6.19, 6.123, 6.287, 6.412, 7.205, 7.209, 8.104, 8.176, 8.234, 8.312, 9.303, 9.345, 9.413
DOWN :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
DOWN :   <сѣсти, сѣдѫ, -дєши>   sit down   --
2.22
DOWN :   <сѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
DRAG :   <вєсти, вєдѫ, вєдєши>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
DRAG :   <повєсти, -зѫ, -зєши>   tow, drag   --
8.350
DRAW :   <вєсти, вєдѫ, вєдєши>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
DRESS :   <пъртъӏ>   (pl.) dress, clothes, garments   --
3.32
DRESSED :   <изодѣӏати сѧ, -одѣѭ сѧ, -одѣѥши сѧ>   be dressed up, be adorned   --
3.27
DRINK :   <пити, пиѭ, пиѥши>   drink   --
5.224, 5.283
DRIVE :   <изгнати, иждєнѫ, иждєнєши>   cast out, cast away; drive out, drive away   --
1.98
DRIVE :   <тѫжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
DRUNK :   <ѹпити сѧ, -пьѭ, -пьѥши>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
DULL :   <ѹтръпати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
DWELLING :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
EAGER :   <ѹстрьмити сѧ, -млѭ, -миши>   hasten, rush; be eager   --
6.121
EAR :   <класъ>   ear of corn   --
10.308
EAR :   <ѹхо, ѹшєсє>   ear   --
6.65
EARLY :   <ѹранити, -нѭ, -ниши>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
EARTH :   <зємл҄ӏа>   earth, land   --
1.209, 2.46, 2.232, 4.65, 4.96, 5.51, 6.32, 6.198, 7.204, 8.420, 10.13
EASILY :   <льгъко>   easily   --
5.182
EAST :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
EAVES :   <стрѣха>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
ECCLESIASTICAL :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
EIGHT :   <и>   eight   --
1.65
ELATED :   <вєличати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
ELECT :   <избрати, -бєрѫ, -бєрєши>   elect, select, choose   --
2.6
EMBRACE :   <цѣлованьѥ>   salutation, greeting, embrace   --
10.81
EMERGE :   <въскланӏати, -нӏаѭ, -нӏаѥши>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
EMIT :   <испѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
EMPEROR :   <Цѣсарь Градъ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
EMPEROR :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
ENCAMPING :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
ENCLOSED :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
ENCLOSURE :   <градъкъ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
END :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
END :   <съконьчати, -чаѭ, -чѥши>   complete, end, fulfill   --
8.51, 8.136, 8.397
END :   <ѹставъ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
ENEMY :   <врагъ>   enemy   --
9.276
ENTER :   <въвадити, -важдѫ, -вадиши>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
ENTER :   <вълѣсти, -лѣзѫ, -лѣзєши>   enter; descend (into)   --
5.89
ENTER :   <вънити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go into, enter   --
3.192, 6.454
ENTERTAIN :   <вєсєлити, -л҄ѭ, -лиши>   entertain; (refl.) rejoice   --
8.233
ENTRANCE :   <двьрь>   door, front door, entrance   --
5.111
ENTRANCE :   <ѹсть>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
ENVELOP :   <обрътѣти, -штѫ, -тиши>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
ESCAPE :   <испасти, -падѫ, -падєши>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
ESTABLISH :   <ставити, -влѭ, -виши>   set, establish   --
7.161
ESTABLISH :   <съдѣлати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
ESTABLISHED :   <нарочитъ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
ESTONIA :   <чюдь>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
EVEN :   <и>   and; also, too, even   --
1.25, 1.30, 1.33, 1.41, 1.44, 1.102, 1.107, 1.113, 1.119, 1.124, 1.129, 1.142, 1.154, 1.165, 1.191, 1.203, 1.205, 1.207, 1.212, 1.220, 1.223, 2.5, 2.12, 2.18, 2.40, 2.71, 2.75, 2.79, 2.97, 2.122, 2.134, 2.145, 2.160, 2.164, 2.167, 2.172, 2.174, 2.199, 2.201, 2.218, 2.224, 2.228, 3.31, 3.43, 3.46, 3.63, 3.70, 3.103, 3.158, 3.186, 3.191, 3.199, 3.213, 3.225, 3.246, 3.278, 3.280, 3.292, 3.310, 3.324, 3.342, 4.5, 4.11, 4.17, 4.30, 4.42, 4.78, 4.154, 4.187, 4.192, 4.210, 4.224, 4.233, 4.287, 4.309, 4.328, 4.340, 4.361, 4.366, 5.52, 5.88, 5.94, 5.106, 5.122, 5.149, 5.200, 5.209, 5.225, 5.297, 5.302, 5.311, 6.26, 6.28, 6.61, 6.81, 6.84, 6.93, 6.106, 6.132, 6.144, 6.156, 6.164, 6.188, 6.193, 6.197, 6.260, 6.308, 6.359, 6.397, 6.404, 6.408, 6.431, 6.438, 6.449, 6.457, 6.460, 7.16, 7.20, 7.41, 7.49, 7.62, 7.75, 7.94, 7.101, 7.118, 7.123, 7.133, 7.147, 7.171, 7.199, 7.208, 7.213, 8.5, 8.17, 8.21, 8.34, 8.66, 8.75, 8.100, 8.106, 8.126, 8.129, 8.139, 8.144, 8.169, 8.172, 8.181, 8.192, 8.194, 8.265, 8.274, 8.302, 8.319, 8.327, 8.358, 8.375, 8.382, 8.395, 8.398, 8.409, 9.5, 9.14, 9.27, 9.47, 9.77, 9.96, 9.107, 9.111, 9.130, 9.151, 9.176, 9.183, 9.186, 9.205, 9.210, 9.247, 9.308, 9.342, 9.367, 9.384, 9.412, 10.5, 10.9, 10.11, 10.44, 10.56, 10.68, 10.93, 10.120, 10.127, 10.139, 10.160, 10.169, 10.187, 10.214, 10.230, 10.233, 10.256, 10.343, 10.379, 10.381
EVEN :   <пачє>   more, even more   --
9.241
EVEN :   <равьнъ>   level, even   --
10.96
EVERY :   <вьсь>   all, every; whole   --
2.16, 2.124, 3.151, 3.165, 3.177, 5.114, 6.182, 7.106, 8.130, 8.215, 10.122, 10.128, 10.172
EVERY :   <къждо>   every, everyone   --
7.11, 7.18, 7.32, 8.182
EVERYONE :   <къждо>   every, everyone   --
7.11, 7.18, 7.32, 8.182
EVIL :   <зълъ>   evil, bad   --
9.33, 10.20, 10.100, 10.201
EXALTED :   <вєличати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
EXCAVATE :   <ископати, -паѭ, -паѥши>   dig, dig out, excavate   --
4.207
EXCHANGE :   <отъдаӏати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
EXCLAMATORY :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
EXCUSABLE :   <милъ>   wretched, pitiable; excusable   --
8.67, 8.74, 8.191, 9.381, 10.186, 10.344
EXHAUSTED :   <изнємошти, -могѫ, -можєши>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
EXPAND :   <обънажити, -жѫ, -жиши>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
EXPECT :   <чаӏати, чаѭ, чаѥши>   hope; expect   --
10.82
EXPENSE :   <ѹрокъ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
EXTEND :   <простирати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   extend   --
9.19
EXTENT :   <на>   (w. acc.) onto, against, for, to the extent; (w. loc.) on, at   --
1.23, 1.26, 1.28, 1.31, 1.34, 1.39, 1.42, 1.45, 1.122, 1.133, 2.27, 2.169, 3.325, 3.331, 4.177, 4.212, 4.241, 4.256, 4.259, 4.312, 5.284, 5.314, 6.30, 6.47, 6.52, 6.145, 7.173, 8.102, 8.348, 8.361, 9.15, 9.29, 9.67, 9.79, 9.88, 9.119
EXTINGUISH :   <гасити, -шѫ, -сиши>   extinguish, put out   --
7.105
EXULT :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
EYE :   <око>   eye   --
8.125, 10.159
EYESIGHT :   <зьрѣимо>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
FACE :   <лицє>   face, form   --
8.128, 9.326, 10.162
FALL :   <испасти, -падѫ, -падєши>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
FALL :   <съпасти, -дѫ, -дєши>   fall; fall together   --
8.127
FALL :   <ѹсънѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   fall asleep   --
8.276
FAME :   <вѣсть>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
FAME :   <слава>   fame, glory   --
8.227
FAMINE :   <гладъ>   hunger, famine   --
6.211
FAR :   <кромѣ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
FARTHEST :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
FASTEN :   <повьрзъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
FASTEN :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
FASTEN :   <привѧзъӏвати, -зѹѭ, -зѹѥши>   fasten, bind   --
7.23
FATHER :   <отьнь>   (poss. adj.) of the father, father's   --
9.142
FATHER :   <отьць>   father   --
3.254, 9.44, 9.160, 9.239, 9.369
FEAR :   <ѹбоӏати сѧ, -боѭ сѧ, -боиши сѧ>   fear, become afraid   --
10.355
FEAST :   <чьсть>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
FEED :   <распасти, -сѫ, -сєши>   pasture, feed   --
4.93
FESTIVAL :   <ѹрокъ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
FIBULA :   <сътѫга>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
FIELD :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
FIELD :   <н҄ива>   field, ground   --
6.195
FIFTY :   <н>   fifty   --
3.9, 6.9
FIGHT :   <брати, борѭ, борѥши>   fight   --
6.133
FIGHT :   <воѥвати, воюѭ, воюѥши>   fight, wage war   --
1.130
FIGHT :   <побѣдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
FIGHTER :   <вой>   fighter; (pl.) troops, army   --
5.313, 6.24, 7.8, 7.51, 7.126
FIGHTER :   <храбръ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
FINALLY :   <прочєѥ>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
FIND :   <разѹмѣти, -ѣѭ, -ѣѥши>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
FIND :   <ѹслъӏшати, -шѫ, -шиши>   hear, find out   --
9.178
FINNISH :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
FINNISH :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
FINNISH :   <мурома>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
FINNISH :   <чюдь>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
FIRE :   <зажєшти, -жєгѫ, -жєжєши>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
FIRE :   <пожєшти, -гѫ, -жєши>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
FIRST :   <каланъди>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
FIRST :   <пръвъ>   first   --
2.105, 3.66
FIVE :   <є>   five; five thousand   --
5.305
FIX :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
FIX :   <ѹставлӏати, -ӏаѭ, -ӏаѥши>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
FLATTERING :   <прѣльстьнъ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
FLEE :   <побѣгнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   flee, take flight   --
6.105, 7.119
FLIGHT :   <побѣгнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   flee, take flight   --
6.105, 7.119
FLOW :   <плѹти, пловѫ, пловєши>   flow; navigate, sail   --
10.97
FLOW :   <тєшти, тєкѫ, тєчєши>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
FLOWING :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
FLOWING :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
FLY :   <лєтѣти, -штѫ, -тиши>   fly; run   --
6.63
FLY :   <полєтѣти, -штѫ, -тиши>   fly   --
7.64
FOLLOW :   <състигнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
FOLLOW :   <тєшти, тєкѫ, тєчєши>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
FOLLOWED :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
FOLLOWING :   <въторъӏи, -роѥ, -раӏа>   second, following   --
6.259
FOLLOWING :   <по>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
FOOT :   <нога>   foot   --
6.69, 9.98
FOOT :   <пѣшь>   on foot, foot-borne, standing   --
4.180
FOOT-BORNE :   <пѣшь>   on foot, foot-borne, standing   --
4.180
FOR :   <бо>   for   --
1.174, 2.56, 3.203, 3.317, 3.369, 4.72, 4.105, 6.72, 6.139, 6.351, 6.375, 7.107, 7.188
FORCE :   <насилити, -лѭ, -лиши>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
FORCE :   <тѫжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
FORCED :   <слѹжьба>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
FOREST :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
FORGET :   <оставити, -вл҄ѭ, -виши>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
FORM :   <лицє>   face, form   --
8.128, 9.326, 10.162
FORTH :   <въскланӏати, -нӏаѭ, -нӏаѥши>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
FORTH :   <испѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
FORTIFICATION :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
FOUND :   <съдѣлати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
FOUNDATION :   <подольѥ>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
FOUNDER :   <Къӏи>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
FOUR :   <д>   four   --
6.10
FOUR :   <у>   four hundred   --
3.8, 6.8
FRACTURE :   <наломити, -млѭ, -миши>   break, fracture   --
9.97
FRAUDFUL :   <прѣльстьнъ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
FREE :   <испѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
FREE :   <отъпѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
FREE :   <платити, -штѫ, -тиши>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
FREE :   <пѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
FREQ. :   <владѣти, -дѣѭ, -дѣѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
FREQ. :   <обладати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
FRONT :   <двьрь>   door, front door, entrance   --
5.111
FRONT :   <прѣдъ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
FRUIT :   <плодъ>   fruit   --
10.331
FULFILL :   <съконьчати, -чаѭ, -чѥши>   complete, end, fulfill   --
8.51, 8.136, 8.397
FUNERAL :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
FURIOUS :   <нєистовити сѧ, -влѭ сѧ, -виши сѧ>   be mad, be furious   --
9.17
GAIN :   <испросити, -жѫ, -сиши>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
GARDEN :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
GARMENT :   <одєжда>   garment, clothing, clothes   --
8.198
GARMENT :   <платъкъ>   cloth, garment   --
7.27
GARMENTS :   <пъртъӏ>   (pl.) dress, clothes, garments   --
3.32
GATE :   <ѹсть>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
GATHER :   <пожѧти, -жьнѭ, -жьнѥши>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
GATHER :   <събьрати, -бєрѫ, -бєрєши>   collect, gather   --
5.44, 6.23, 6.398
GATHER :   <съвъкѹпити, -плѭ, -пиши>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
GATHER :   <съвєсти, -зѫ, -зєши>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
GATHER :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
GAZE :   <възрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
GEN. :   <бєз (бєс, бє)>   (w. gen.) without   --
9.261
GEN. :   <внѣ>   (w. gen.) outside (of)   --
4.215
GEN. :   <въздолѣ>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
GEN. :   <до>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
GEN. :   <за>   (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of   --
1.100, 1.167, 3.274, 3.361, 4.99, 4.102, 4.225, 4.284, 5.25
GEN. :   <из>   (w. gen.) from, out of   --
1.21, 3.193, 6.136, 7.121, 8.23
GEN. :   <кромѣ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
GEN. :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
GEN. :   <окрѫгъ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
GEN. :   <отъ>   (w. gen.) of, from; by   --
1.51, 2.41, 2.52, 5.110, 6.342, 6.399, 8.159, 8.166, 9.113, 9.137, 9.167, 9.201, 9.275, 9.278, 9.310, 9.364, 9.368, 10.18, 10.83, 10.124, 10.129, 10.295
GEN. :   <ради>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
GEN. :   <съ>   (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with   --
2.9, 2.150, 3.38, 3.95, 3.116, 3.139, 3.241, 3.243, 4.329, 5.265, 6.19, 6.123, 6.287, 6.412, 7.205, 7.209, 8.104, 8.176, 8.234, 8.312, 9.303, 9.345, 9.413
GEN. :   <ѹ>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
GENERAL :   <ѹсирити, -рѭ, -риши>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
GENERATION :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
GENERATION :   <родъ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
GEORGE :   <Гюрги>   Georgias, George   --
8.313
GEORGIAS :   <Гюрги>   Georgias, George   --
8.313
GERMANIC :   <аглянє, анъглянє>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
GERMANIC :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GET :   <добъӏти, -бѫдѫ, -бѫдєши>   get, attain   --
3.45
GET :   <ѹпити сѧ, -пьѭ, -пьѥши>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
GIVE :   <възвратити, -штѫ, -тиши>   give back; (refl.) come back   --
3.100, 3.120
GIVE :   <дати, дамь, даси>   give   --
1.104
GIVE :   <даӏати, даѭ, даѥши>   give, provide   --
6.306, 6.340
GIVE :   <отъдаӏати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
GIVE :   <отъчаӏати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
GIVE :   <повєлѣти, -лѭ, -лиши>   give a command, command   --
4.206, 4.362, 5.66, 5.107, 5.201, 5.210, 5.226, 5.280, 5.298, 7.17, 7.42, 7.124, 8.52
GIVE :   <раздаӏати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   distribute, give out   --
2.80, 7.7
GLAD :   <радъ>   glad, happy   --
6.227, 6.305, 6.395, 6.452
GLEB :   <Борисъ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
GLEB :   <Глѣбъ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
GLEB :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
GLEB :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
GLEB :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
GLEB :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
GLISTEN :   <бльштати сѧ, -штѫ сѧ, -штиши сѧ>   shine, glisten; shine, be bright   --
10.110
GLORY :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
GLORY :   <слава>   fame, glory   --
8.227
GO :   <вънити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go into, enter   --
3.192, 6.454
GO :   <изити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go out   --
6.40
GO :   <ити, идѫ, идєши>   go   --
1.166, 2.165, 3.58, 3.86, 3.94, 3.137, 3.173, 4.150, 4.181, 5.130, 5.183, 5.262, 6.29, 6.435, 7.180, 7.200
GO :   <отити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go out, depart   --
5.295
GO :   <поити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go, set out; go back, return   --
1.221, 2.161, 3.36, 3.82, 4.98, 6.289, 9.69, 9.112, 10.41
GO :   <походити, -ждѫ, -диши>   go, go around   --
3.102
GO :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
GO :   <ходити, -ждѫ, -диши>   walk, go   --
9.158
GO :   <ӏахати (ӏад-), -хаѭ, -хаѥши>   be carried, ride, go   --
4.176, 4.255
GOD :   <богородица>   mother of God   --
3.363
GOD :   <богъ>   god   --
8.91, 8.282
GOOD :   <добръ>   good   --
4.20, 4.90, 4.343
GOODNESS :   <доброта>   goodness; beauty; virtue   --
9.366
GORDJATA :   <гордӏатинъ>   of Gordjata, of Gordyata   --
3.341
GORDYATA :   <гордӏатинъ>   of Gordjata, of Gordyata   --
3.341
GOTH :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GOTHIC :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GOTHS :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GOTLAND :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
GRACE :   <милость>   grace, loving kindness   --
9.262
GRACE :   <обрадовати, -дѹѭ, -дѹѥши>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
GRAPE-VINE :   <лоза>   twig, branch; grape-vine   --
10.325
GRAVE :   <гробъ>   grave, ditch   --
5.147, 5.186
GRAVE :   <могъӏла>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
GRAVE :   <тѧжькъ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
GREAT :   <вєликъ>   big, large, great   --
1.211, 4.209, 4.243, 4.305, 5.22, 5.206, 8.255
GREATLY :   <вєльми>   greatly, very; clearly   --
9.51
GREATNESS :   <вєличьѥ>   greatness, pride   --
8.240
GREETING :   <поклонъ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
GREETING :   <цѣлованьѥ>   salutation, greeting, embrace   --
10.81
GROAN :   <въздъхнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   groan, sigh   --
8.108
GROAN :   <въздъӏханьѥ>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
GROAN :   <стєнати, -нѭ, -нѥши>   groan, moan   --
9.206, 10.8
GROUND :   <н҄ива>   field, ground   --
6.195
GROUP :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
GROUP :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
GROW :   <въздрасти, -стѫ, -стєши>   be nourished, grow   --
10.329
GROW :   <омрачати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   grow dark, darken   --
10.67
GROW :   <съмръкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   grow dark, darken   --
7.45
GROW :   <ѹтръпати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
GUARD :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
GUARD :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
GUEST :   <гость>   guest   --
4.21, 4.232
HALF :   <полъ, полѹ>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
HAND :   <прѣдати, -дамь, -даси>   hand over, commend   --
6.148, 6.185, 7.155, 8.277, 9.265
HAND :   <рѫка>   hand   --
8.281, 10.109, 10.125
HAPPY :   <въздрадовати сѧ, -дѹѭ сѧ, -дѹѥши сѧ>   be happy, rejoice   --
10.61
HAPPY :   <радъ>   glad, happy   --
6.227, 6.305, 6.395, 6.452
HARVEST :   <пожѧти, -жьнѭ, -жьнѥши>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
HASTE :   <оторопъ>   hurry, haste   --
8.26
HASTEN :   <побѣдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
HASTEN :   <приспѣти, -спѣѭ, -спѣѥши>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
HASTEN :   <ѹранити, -нѭ, -ниши>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
HASTEN :   <ѹстрьмити сѧ, -млѭ, -миши>   hasten, rush; be eager   --
6.121
HAUGHTY :   <гръдити сѧ, -ждѫ, -диши>   be haughty, be arrogant   --
4.307
HAVE :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
HAVE :   <дръжати, -жѫ, -жиши>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
HAVE :   <имѣти, имамь, имаши>   have, hold   --
10.107, 10.332
HAVE :   <имѣти, имѣѭ, имѣѥши>   have, possess   --
10.31
HAVE :   <кнѧжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
HAVE :   <носити, -шѫ, -сиши>   carry; have   --
10.315
HAVE :   <помиловати, -лѹѭ, -лѹѥши>   pity, have mercy on   --
10.265, 10.268
HAVING :   <имѣньє>   having, possession, property   --
3.124
HE :   <>   he   --
1.105, 1.117, 1.127, 1.217, 2.73, 2.137, 2.142, 2.207, 3.56, 3.69, 3.72, 3.88, 3.156, 3.163, 3.170, 3.189, 3.201, 3.204, 3.219, 3.248, 3.272, 3.282, 4.13, 4.19, 4.44, 4.107, 4.120, 4.194, 4.236, 4.289, 4.311, 4.325, 4.342, 4.364, 4.368, 5.10, 5.55, 5.97, 5.109, 5.148, 5.187, 5.232, 5.248, 5.285, 5.304, 5.316, 6.247, 6.320, 6.424, 7.33, 7.129, 7.135, 7.160, 7.174, 8.8, 8.39, 8.69, 8.123, 8.158, 8.256, 8.323, 8.333, 8.384, 8.412, 9.92, 10.7, 10.21, 10.46, 10.59, 10.66, 10.71, 10.84, 10.104, 10.146, 10.157
HEAD :   <глава>   head; chapter   --
8.321, 8.366
HEALTHY :   <крѣпъкъ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
HEALTHY :   <съдравити, -влѭ, -виши>   be healthy, be strong   --
9.49
HEAP :   <съсѹти, съсъпѫ, съсъпєши>   collect, heap up   --
5.204, 5.208
HEAR :   <послѹшати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   hear, listen   --
3.55, 3.188
HEAR :   <слъӏшати, -шѫ, -шиши>   hear   --
3.132, 5.42, 5.164, 8.62, 8.156, 8.266
HEAR :   <ѹслъӏшати, -шѫ, -шиши>   hear, find out   --
9.178
HEART :   <срьдьцє>   heart   --
8.387, 10.166
HEART :   <стръдьчинъ>   of the heart, related to the heart, heart's   --
9.185
HEARTH :   <дъӏмъ>   smoke; hearth, home   --
1.52
HEAVEN :   <нєбо>   heaven, sky   --
8.103
HELGA :   <Ольга>   Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name)   --
3.236, 3.273, 3.302, 4.7, 4.14, 4.45, 4.121, 4.204, 4.226, 4.240, 4.315, 4.339, 5.6, 5.67, 5.177, 5.227, 5.243, 5.307, 6.18, 6.119, 6.158, 6.248, 6.411, 6.421, 7.5, 7.43, 7.125, 7.186, 7.201
HELM :   <грєти, грєбѫ, грєбєши>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
HERD :   <стадо>   herd   --
3.152
HERE :   <сѣмо>   to here, here   --
4.51
HIDE :   <засъӏпати, -плѭ, -плѥши>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
HIDE :   <посъӏпати, -плѭ, -плѥши>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
HIDE :   <скора>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
HIGHEST :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
HOLD :   <владѣти, -дѣѭ, -дѣѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
HOLD :   <дръжати, -жѫ, -жиши>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
HOLD :   <имѣти, имамь, имаши>   have, hold   --
10.107, 10.332
HOLE :   <ровъ>   ditch, hole   --
9.95
HOLE :   <ӏама>   pit, hole   --
4.208, 4.327
HOLY :   <свѧтъ>   holy, blessed   --
3.362, 8.365, 8.417, 10.39, 10.60
HOME :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
HOME :   <дворъ>   court, courtyard; home, household   --
3.340, 3.352, 3.359, 3.366, 4.213, 4.313, 6.343, 6.400, 7.97, 7.108
HOME :   <дъӏмъ>   smoke; hearth, home   --
1.52
HOME :   <трѣмъ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
HONEY :   <мєдъ, мєдѹ>   honey   --
5.135, 5.166, 6.307, 6.325
HONOR :   <почьстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   cultivate, care for, honor   --
4.136
HONOR :   <чьсть>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
HOPE :   <отъчаӏати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
HOPE :   <чаӏати, чаѭ, чаѥши>   hope; expect   --
10.82
HORIZON :   <зьрѣимо>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
HORSE :   <конь>   horse   --
4.178, 4.257, 6.66, 6.70, 9.68, 9.93
HOSTILE :   <братонєвавидьникъ>   hostile to one's brother   --
10.25
HOUSE :   <домъ>   house   --
3.97, 3.115
HOUSE :   <клѣть>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
HOUSEHOLD :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
HOUSEHOLD :   <дворъ>   court, courtyard; home, household   --
3.340, 3.352, 3.359, 3.366, 4.213, 4.313, 6.343, 6.400, 7.97, 7.108
HOUSEHOLD :   <клѣть>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
HOW :   <како>   how, how is it that   --
8.224, 8.230, 8.237, 9.257, 9.260, 9.273
HOW :   <ѥликъ>   how much, how many; as much, as many   --
8.155
HOWEVER :   <идє>   where; since; however   --
3.337, 3.357, 5.139, 7.98
HROEREKR :   <Рюрикъ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
HUMBLE :   <съмѣрити, -рѭ, -риши>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
HUMILITY :   <съмѣр҄єньѥ>   humility; retinue   --
8.257, 8.263
HUNDRED :   <т>   three hundred   --
1.8, 1.63, 1.76, 1.89
HUNDRED :   <у>   four hundred   --
3.8, 6.8
HUNGER :   <гладъ>   hunger, famine   --
6.211
HURRY :   <оторопъ>   hurry, haste   --
8.26
HURRY :   <ѹранити, -нѭ, -ниши>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
HUSBAND :   <мѫжь>   man, husband   --
2.81, 2.139, 3.71, 3.296, 4.68, 4.73, 4.129, 5.18, 5.47, 5.141, 5.152, 5.198, 5.267, 6.236, 6.254, 6.265, 6.360, 7.156
HUT :   <истъбъка>   tent, hut; bathhouse   --
5.87, 5.98
IF :   <а>   and, but; if   --
1.36, 1.214, 2.24, 2.29, 2.104, 3.33, 3.98, 3.351, 4.87, 4.148, 4.280, 5.293, 5.306, 6.126, 6.181, 6.207, 6.274, 6.434, 7.12, 7.152, 7.158, 7.182, 9.163, 10.63, 10.79, 10.175, 10.252, 10.330, 10.366
IF :   <аштє>   if, whether   --
3.143, 3.153, 3.160, 5.12, 9.393, 10.243
IF :   <ѥда>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
IGNITE :   <зажєшти, -жєгѫ, -жєжєши>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
IGNITE :   <пожєшти, -гѫ, -жєши>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
IGOR :   <Игорь>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
IGOR :   <игорєвъ>   of Igor, Igor's, relating to Igor   --
4.359
ILLUSIVE :   <прѣльстьнъ>   deceitful, illusive, fraudful, flattering   --
9.420
ILMEN :   <словѣнинъ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
IMMIGRANT :   <насєльникъ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
IMPEL :   <тѫжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
IMPOSE :   <възложити, -жѫ, -жиши>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
INACTIVE :   <ѹтръпати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
INCITE :   <побѣдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
INCREASE :   <примъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
INDEED :   <ти>   and; but; (added to adverbs) indeed   --
9.336
INEBRIATED :   <ѹпити сѧ, -пьѭ, -пьѥши>   become inebriated, get drunk   --
5.277
INFANT :   <дѣтѧ>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
INFANTS :   <дѣть>   children; (often pl.) infants, children   --
10.360
INGVAR :   <Игорь>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
INHABITANT :   <насєльникъ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
INHABITANTS :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
INHABITING :   <мурома>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
INJURE :   <пробости, -дѫ, -дєши>   wound, injure   --
8.383, 9.258
INJURY :   <обида>   injustice, outrage, injury   --
6.253, 10.226, 10.246
INJUSTICE :   <обида>   injustice, outrage, injury   --
6.253, 10.226, 10.246
INNOCENCE :   <бєзлобьѥ>   innocence   --
10.314
INSTR. :   <владѣти, -дѣѭ, -дѣѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
INSTR. :   <за>   (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of   --
1.100, 1.167, 3.274, 3.361, 4.99, 4.102, 4.225, 4.284, 5.25
INSTR. :   <надъ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
INSTR. :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
INSTR. :   <обладати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
INSTR. :   <подъ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
INSTR. :   <прѣдъ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
INSTR. :   <съ>   (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with   --
2.9, 2.150, 3.38, 3.95, 3.116, 3.139, 3.241, 3.243, 4.329, 5.265, 6.19, 6.123, 6.287, 6.412, 7.205, 7.209, 8.104, 8.176, 8.234, 8.312, 9.303, 9.345, 9.413
INSTRUCT :   <наказати, -заѭ, -заѥши>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
INTELLECT :   <ѹмъ>   mind, reason, intellect   --
9.30, 10.362, 10.367
INTERROGATE :   <ѹпросити, -шѫ, -сиши>   ask, interrogate, question   --
2.173
INTO :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
INTO :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
INTO :   <въ>   (w. loc.) in; (w. acc.) into   --
1.5, 1.60, 1.73, 1.86, 1.110, 1.116, 1.126, 1.145, 1.216, 2.107, 2.110, 2.113, 2.116, 2.119, 2.221, 2.236, 3.5, 3.18, 3.40, 3.59, 3.61, 3.83, 3.147, 3.223, 3.239, 3.299, 3.314, 3.355, 4.151, 4.156, 4.185, 4.190, 4.195, 4.228, 4.263, 4.290, 4.302, 4.304, 4.326, 5.21, 5.137, 6.5, 6.68, 6.109, 6.130, 6.378, 6.436, 6.440, 6.455, 6.464, 7.26, 7.65, 7.69, 8.25, 8.183, 8.242, 8.280, 8.286, 8.345, 8.386, 8.419, 9.42, 9.61, 9.63, 9.94, 9.121, 9.131, 9.312, 9.417, 10.42, 10.102, 10.108
INTO :   <вълѣсти, -лѣзѫ, -лѣзєши>   enter; descend (into)   --
5.89
INTO :   <вънити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go into, enter   --
3.192, 6.454
INTOLERABLE :   <тѧжькъ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
INTRODUCE :   <въвадити, -важдѫ, -вадиши>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
INTRODUCES :   <ӏако>   as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation)   --
1.179, 3.135, 4.8, 5.207, 5.276, 6.140, 6.249, 6.357, 7.44, 7.130, 8.18, 8.359, 9.108, 9.115, 10.57, 10.94, 10.144
INVADER :   <ноходьникъ>   invader   --
2.102
INVENT :   <примъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   devise, contrive, invent; add to, increase   --
3.64
INVENT :   <ѹмъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   devise, contrive, invent   --
6.165
INVOLVE :   <обрътѣти, -штѫ, -тиши>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
ISKOROSTEN :   <Искоростѣнь>   Iskorosten (name of a city)   --
3.195, 3.221
IT :   <како>   how, how is it that   --
8.224, 8.230, 8.237, 9.257, 9.260, 9.273
ITIL :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
IZBORSK :   <Изборьскъ>   Izborsk   --
2.31
JAROSLAV :   <Борисъ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
JAROSLAV :   <Глѣбъ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
JAROSLAV :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
JAROSLAV :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
JAROSLAV :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
JAROSLAV :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
JAROSLAVL :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
JOIN :   <въвадити, -важдѫ, -вадиши>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
JOINING :   <съкѹпъ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
JUDGE :   <сѫдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   judge, adjudicate   --
1.155
JUDGEMENT :   <ѹрокъ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
JULY :   <июлии, июль>   (the month of) July   --
8.285
JUMP :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
JUST :   <правъ>   just, right, proper   --
1.157, 5.15
JUSTICE :   <правьда>   justice   --
1.118
KALENDS :   <каланъди>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
KHAZAR :   <козаринъ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
KHAZARS :   <козаринъ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
KHORIV :   <Хоривъ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
KIEV :   <Къӏи>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
KIEV :   <Къӏєвъ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
KIEV :   <Кыѥвъ>   Kiev, Kyiv   --
3.336
KIEV :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
KIEV :   <къӏӏанинъ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
4.274
KIEV :   <кыѥвьскъ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
3.323, 5.33
KIEVAN :   <къӏӏанинъ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
4.274
KIEVAN :   <кыѥвьскъ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
3.323, 5.33
KII :   <Къӏи>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
KILL :   <избити, -биѭ, -биѥши>   kill   --
7.151, 8.300
KILL :   <исѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
KILL :   <ѹбити, -биѭ, -биѥши>   kill   --
3.155, 3.162, 3.197, 3.268, 4.70, 4.279, 5.140, 6.142, 9.166, 10.147
KILLING :   <ѹбийство>   killing, murder   --
9.10, 10.394
KIND :   <родъ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
KINDLE :   <пожєшти, -гѫ, -жєши>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
KINDNESS :   <милость>   grace, loving kindness   --
9.262
KING :   <кнѧжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
KITCHEN :   <вѣжа>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
KNOW :   <вѣдѣти, вѣмь, вѣси>   see, know   --
6.138
KNOW :   <познати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   know   --
8.331
KNOW :   <разѹмѣти, -ѣѭ, -ѣѥши>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
KNOW :   <ѹвѣдѣти, -вѣмь, -вѣси>   see; know, understand   --
8.377
KRIVITCHIANS :   <кривичи>   (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.35, 1.206, 2.112
KYI :   <Къӏи>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
KYI :   <Хоривъ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
KYI :   <Щєкъ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
KYIV :   <Къӏєвъ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
KYIV :   <Кыѥвъ>   Kiev, Kyiv   --
3.336
KYIV :   <къӏӏанинъ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
4.274
KYIV :   <кыѥвьскъ>   of Kiev, of Kyiv, Kievan   --
3.323, 5.33
LADOGA :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
LAKE :   <Бѣло Ѥзєро>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
LAKE :   <словѣнинъ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
LAKE :   <чюдь>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
LAKES :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
LANCE :   <копьѥ>   spear, lance; sword   --
6.50, 6.62
LAND :   <зємл҄ӏа>   earth, land   --
1.209, 2.46, 2.232, 4.65, 4.96, 5.51, 6.32, 6.198, 7.204, 8.420, 10.13
LAND :   <рѹсь>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
LARGE :   <вєликъ>   big, large, great   --
1.211, 4.209, 4.243, 4.305, 5.22, 5.206, 8.255
LARGE :   <обильнъ>   copious, abundant, large   --
1.213
LATER :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
LAY :   <положити, -жѫ, -жиши>   lay down, set down   --
8.410, 9.32
LEAD :   <вєсти, вєдѫ, вєдєши>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
LEAD :   <обладати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
LEAD :   <съвъкѹпити, -плѭ, -пиши>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
LEAD :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
LEADER :   <водитєль>   leader, commander   --
8.196
LEADER :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
LEADER :   <старѣйшинъ>   leader; prince   --
7.143
LEAP :   <искочити, -чѫ, -чиши>   leap up, leap out, start   --
8.22
LEAP :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
LEAST :   <понѣ>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
LEATHER :   <скора>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
LEAVE :   <възвратити, -штѫ, -тиши>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
LEAVE :   <оставити, -вл҄ѭ, -виши>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
LEAVE :   <ѹѥдинити, -нѭ, -ниши>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
LEFT :   <прокъ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
LEGENDARY :   <Къӏи>   Kyi, Kii (legendary founder of Kiev)   --
2.193
LESS :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
LESSEN :   <съмѣрити, -рѭ, -риши>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
LEST :   <ѥда>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
LET :   <да>   in order to, that; may, let; and, then   --
1.219, 3.42, 4.46, 4.97, 5.11, 5.20, 5.133, 5.143, 6.347, 6.380, 8.88, 8.154, 8.325, 9.403
LET :   <оставити, -вл҄ѭ, -виши>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
LET :   <отъпѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
LET :   <пѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
LEVEL :   <равьнъ>   level, even   --
10.96
LIE :   <лєшти, лѧгѫ, лѧжєши>   lie down, recline   --
4.155
LIFE :   <житьѥ>   life   --
8.243, 9.314, 10.296
LIFE :   <порѣзати, -заѭ, -заѥши>   cut off (from life)   --
10.324
LIGHT :   <свѣтъ>   light   --
9.418
LIKE :   <акъӏ>   as, like   --
4.75, 10.111
LIKE :   <сиць, сицє, сица>   such, like this   --
6.166, 8.111, 9.187
LIKE :   <ӏакожє>   as, like, than, so as to   --
3.283
LIKELY :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
LIMIT :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
LIPS :   <ѹста>   (n. pl.) mouth, lips   --
10.357
LISTEN :   <послѹшати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   hear, listen   --
3.55, 3.188
LISTLESS :   <ѹтръпати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
LITERALLY :   <Бѣло Ѥзєро>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
LITERALLY :   <Новъ Градъ>   Novgorod (literally 'Newtown')   --
2.23, 2.108, 2.237
LITERALLY :   <Цѣсарь Градъ>   Byzantium, Constantinople (literally 'the Emperor's City')   --
2.149
LITURGY :   <слѹжьба>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
LIVE :   <жити, -живѫ, -живєши>   live   --
9.415
LIVE :   <пожити, -живѫ, -живєши>   live   --
9.315
LIVING :   <живъ>   alive, living   --
4.365, 8.283
LIVING :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
LO :   <сє>   lo, behold   --
1.180, 3.266, 5.128, 6.425, 9.337
LOC. :   <въ>   (w. loc.) in; (w. acc.) into   --
1.5, 1.60, 1.73, 1.86, 1.110, 1.116, 1.126, 1.145, 1.216, 2.107, 2.110, 2.113, 2.116, 2.119, 2.221, 2.236, 3.5, 3.18, 3.40, 3.59, 3.61, 3.83, 3.147, 3.223, 3.239, 3.299, 3.314, 3.355, 4.151, 4.156, 4.185, 4.190, 4.195, 4.228, 4.263, 4.290, 4.302, 4.304, 4.326, 5.21, 5.137, 6.5, 6.68, 6.109, 6.130, 6.378, 6.436, 6.440, 6.455, 6.464, 7.26, 7.65, 7.69, 8.25, 8.183, 8.242, 8.280, 8.286, 8.345, 8.386, 8.419, 9.42, 9.61, 9.63, 9.94, 9.121, 9.131, 9.312, 9.417, 10.42, 10.102, 10.108
LOC. :   <на>   (w. acc.) onto, against, for, to the extent; (w. loc.) on, at   --
1.23, 1.26, 1.28, 1.31, 1.34, 1.39, 1.42, 1.45, 1.122, 1.133, 2.27, 2.169, 3.325, 3.331, 4.177, 4.212, 4.241, 4.256, 4.259, 4.312, 5.284, 5.314, 6.30, 6.47, 6.52, 6.145, 7.173, 8.102, 8.348, 8.361, 9.15, 9.29, 9.67, 9.79, 9.88, 9.119
LOC. :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
LOC. :   <по>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
LOCATED :   <Смольньскъ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
LOCATED :   <козаринъ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
LOCATED :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
LOCATED :   <словѣнинъ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
LOCATED :   <сѣвєръ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
LOCATION :   <подъ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
LOFT :   <голѫбникъ>   dovecote, pigeon loft   --
7.70, 7.79
LOFT :   <одрина>   loft; stable   --
7.86
LOOK :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
LOOK :   <възрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
LOOK :   <зрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look at, behold; see   --
8.42
LOOK :   <приникнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stoop to look, peer, look   --
4.338
LOOK :   <ѹзрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look at, behold; see   --
2.168
LOOSE :   <испѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
LOOSE :   <платити, -штѫ, -тиши>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
LORD :   <господинъ>   lord, master   --
9.192, 9.248, 9.348, 9.385, 10.257
LORD :   <господь>   lord, master   --
9.398, 10.215, 10.234, 10.269, 10.281
LOVE :   <любити, -блѭ, -биши>   love   --
8.76
LOVING :   <милость>   grace, loving kindness   --
9.262
LOWER :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
LOWER :   <съмѣрити, -рѭ, -риши>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
M. :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
M. :   <храбръ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
MAD :   <нєистовити сѧ, -влѭ сѧ, -виши сѧ>   be mad, be furious   --
9.17
MAKE :   <въӏносити, -шѫ, -сиши>   carry off, make off with   --
3.150
MAKE :   <пристроити, -строѭ, -строиши>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
MAKE :   <съмирити, -рѭ, -риши>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
MAKE :   <сътворити, -рѭ, -риши>   do, make   --
3.281, 5.69, 5.150, 5.212, 6.263, 9.360, 10.202, 10.227
MAKE :   <ѹранити, -нѭ, -ниши>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
MAL :   <Малъ>   Mal (name of a prince)   --
3.142, 3.277, 4.103, 4.108
MALICE :   <злобьѥ>   malice   --
10.363, 10.380
MAN :   <мѫжь>   man, husband   --
2.81, 2.139, 3.71, 3.296, 4.68, 4.73, 4.129, 5.18, 5.47, 5.141, 5.152, 5.198, 5.267, 6.236, 6.254, 6.265, 6.360, 7.156
MANY :   <мъногъ>   much, many   --
2.225, 5.136, 5.167, 6.25, 8.173, 8.304, 9.371
MANY :   <ѥликъ>   how much, how many; as much, as many   --
8.155
MARTYRDOM :   <страсть>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
MARVEL :   <почѹдити сѧ, -ждѫ сѧ, -диши сѧ>   marvel at, wonder   --
8.254
MASTER :   <господинъ>   lord, master   --
9.192, 9.248, 9.348, 9.385, 10.257
MASTER :   <господь>   lord, master   --
9.398, 10.215, 10.234, 10.269, 10.281
MATURE :   <съзрѣти, -зрѣѭ, -зрѣѥши>   mature; produce   --
10.298, 10.311
MAY :   <да>   in order to, that; may, let; and, then   --
1.219, 3.42, 4.46, 4.97, 5.11, 5.20, 5.133, 5.143, 6.347, 6.380, 8.88, 8.154, 8.325, 9.403
MEANING :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
MEANING :   <сътѫга>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
MEANING :   <съӏрорѣзаньѥ>   (meaning unclear) child-killing?   --
10.396
MEET :   <противъ, противѫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
MEET :   <сърѣсти, -рѧштѫ, -рѧштєши>   meet   --
10.45
MEET :   <ѹполѹчити сѧ, -чѫ сѧ, -чиши сѧ>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
MEMBER :   <вєльможа>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
MEMBERS :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
MEN :   <людьѥ>   (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people   --
2.50, 3.329, 4.139, 5.32, 5.202, 6.459, 6.463, 7.120, 7.149
MERCY :   <помиловати, -лѹѭ, -лѹѥши>   pity, have mercy on   --
10.265, 10.268
MERIANS :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
MERRY :   <обрадовати, -дѹѭ, -дѹѥши>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
MILITARY :   <воєвода>   (military) commander, vojevoda   --
3.250
MILK :   <млѣко>   milk   --
10.313
MIND :   <ѹмъ>   mind, reason, intellect   --
9.30, 10.362, 10.367
MINE :   <мои, моє, моӏа>   my, mine   --
5.142, 5.268, 6.361, 6.432, 8.73, 8.92, 8.143, 9.193, 9.349, 9.370, 9.382, 9.401, 10.185, 10.229, 10.235, 10.254, 10.267, 10.270
MINISTER :   <слѹжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   minister (to), serve   --
5.230
MINISTRY :   <работа>   ministry; servitude   --
7.154
MINISTRY :   <слѹжьба>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
MISTISHA :   <мистишинъ>   of Mistisha, relating to Mistisha, Mistisha's   --
3.255
MOAN :   <стєнати, -нѭ, -нѥши>   groan, moan   --
9.206, 10.8
MOISTEN :   <омачати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   moisten, wet   --
10.14
MONTH :   <авъгѹстъ>   Augustus; (the month of) August   --
8.292
MONTH :   <июлии, июль>   (the month of) July   --
8.285
MONTH :   <каланъди>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
MONTH :   <мѣсѧць>   moon, month   --
8.284
MOON :   <мѣсѧць>   moon, month   --
8.284
MORE :   <бол҄ьи>   bigger, more   --
3.123, 9.16
MORE :   <пачє>   more, even more   --
9.241
MORE :   <пѹштий>   more pitiable, more wretched   --
4.357
MORNING :   <наѹтрьѥ>   morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.137
MORNING :   <ютро, ѹтро>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
MORROW :   <наѹтрьѥ>   morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.137
MORROW :   <ютро, ѹтро>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
MOTHER :   <богородица>   mother of God   --
3.363
MOTION :   <по>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
MOTION :   <побѣдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
MOTION :   <подъ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
MOUND :   <могъӏла>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
MOUNTAIN :   <гора>   mountain   --
2.170, 3.322, 3.332, 3.365
MOURN :   <плакати, плачѫ, -чєши>   weep, mourn   --
5.144, 5.195, 8.180, 9.204, 9.237, 9.240, 10.10
MOURN :   <сѣтовати, -тѹѭ, -тѹѥши>   mourn   --
9.209
MOURN :   <тѫжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
MOURNING :   <ѹнъӏньѥ>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
MOUTH :   <ѹста>   (n. pl.) mouth, lips   --
10.357
MOUTH :   <ѹсть>   door, gate, entrance, mouth   --
10.47
MOVED :   <тѫжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
MOW :   <пожѧти, -жьнѭ, -жьнѥши>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
MUCH :   <мъногъ>   much, many   --
2.225, 5.136, 5.167, 6.25, 8.173, 8.304, 9.371
MUCH :   <ѥликъ>   how much, how many; as much, as many   --
8.155
MURDER :   <ѹбийство>   killing, murder   --
9.10, 10.394
MUROM :   <Муромъ>   Murom (name of a city)   --
2.120
MUROMA :   <мурома>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
MY :   <мои, моє, моӏа>   my, mine   --
5.142, 5.268, 6.361, 6.432, 8.73, 8.92, 8.143, 9.193, 9.349, 9.370, 9.382, 9.401, 10.185, 10.229, 10.235, 10.254, 10.267, 10.270
N. :   <ѹста>   (n. pl.) mouth, lips   --
10.357
NAKED :   <нагъ>   naked   --
3.35, 8.199
NAME :   <Асколдъ, Осколдъ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
NAME :   <Асмудъ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
NAME :   <Борисъ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
NAME :   <Бѣло Ѥзєро>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
NAME :   <Василий>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
NAME :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
NAME :   <Въӏшєградъ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
NAME :   <Глѣбъ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
NAME :   <Диръ>   Dir (Scandinavian name)   --
2.219
NAME :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
NAME :   <Игорь>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
NAME :   <Искоростѣнь>   Iskorosten (name of a city)   --
3.195, 3.221
NAME :   <Къӏєвъ>   Kiev, Kyiv (name of a city)   --
3.240, 5.310, 6.258, 7.181
NAME :   <Малъ>   Mal (name of a prince)   --
3.142, 3.277, 4.103, 4.108
NAME :   <Муромъ>   Murom (name of a city)   --
2.120
NAME :   <Ольга>   Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name)   --
3.236, 3.273, 3.302, 4.7, 4.14, 4.45, 4.121, 4.204, 4.226, 4.240, 4.315, 4.339, 5.6, 5.67, 5.177, 5.227, 5.243, 5.307, 6.18, 6.119, 6.158, 6.248, 6.411, 6.421, 7.5, 7.43, 7.125, 7.186, 7.201
NAME :   <Полотьскъ>   Polotsk (name of a city)   --
2.85, 2.111
NAME :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
NAME :   <Ростовъ>   Rostov (name of a city)   --
2.87, 2.114
NAME :   <Рюрикъ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
NAME :   <Свѣньлдъ>   Sveinald (Scandinavian name)   --
3.252, 6.83
NAME :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
NAME :   <Свѧтославъ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
NAME :   <Синєѹсъ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
NAME :   <Смольньскъ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
NAME :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
NAME :   <Трѹворъ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
NAME :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
NAME :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
NAME :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
NAME :   <имѧ>   name   --
4.106
NATIVE :   <насєльникъ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
NAVIGATE :   <плѹти, пловѫ, пловєши>   flow; navigate, sail   --
10.97
NEAR :   <окрѫгъ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
NEAR :   <приспѣти, -спѣѭ, -спѣѥши>   come; approach, near; hasten   --
10.15
NEAR :   <пристати, -станѫ, -станєши>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
NEAR :   <словѣнинъ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
NEAR :   <чюдь>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
NEAR :   <ѹ>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
NECESSITY :   <нєволӏа>   need, necessity   --
4.276
NECKLACE :   <гривьна>   collar, necklace   --
8.318
NEED :   <нєволӏа>   need, necessity   --
4.276
NEGATION :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
NEGLECT :   <оставити, -вл҄ѭ, -виши>   let, leave, neglect, forget   --
9.9
NEGLECT :   <ѹнъӏньѥ>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
NEGLECTFUL :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
NEGLIGENCE :   <ѹнъӏньѥ>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
NEGLIGENT :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
NEITHER :   <ни>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
NEST :   <гнѣздо>   couch, bed; nest   --
7.66
NEWTOWN :   <Новъ Градъ>   Novgorod (literally 'Newtown')   --
2.23, 2.108, 2.237
NEXT :   <прочьи, -чьѥ, -чьӏа>   the rest, next, remaining   --
7.148
NICEPHORUS :   <никифоровъ>   of Nicephorus   --
3.343
NINE :   <ѳ>   nine   --
1.78
NINTH :   <дєвятъӏи>   ninth, 9th   --
8.290
NO :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
NO :   <ни>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
NO :   <никътожє>   no one, nobody   --
10.199
NOBILITY :   <вєльможа>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
NOBLE :   <боӏаринъ>   noble, aristocrat, bojar, boyar   --
2.144
NOBLE :   <вєльможа>   member of the nobility, member of the aristocracy, noble, aristocrat   --
8.236
NOBLE :   <нарочитъ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
NOBODY :   <никътожє>   no one, nobody   --
10.199
NOM. :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
NOR :   <ни>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
NORMANS :   <нѹрманє>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
NORSE :   <нѹрманє>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
NORTHMEN :   <нѹрманє>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
NORWEGIANS :   <нѹрманє>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
NOT :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
NOT :   <ни>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
NOT :   <нє>   not   --
1.103, 1.114, 1.218, 2.140, 3.154, 3.161, 3.187, 3.327, 4.131, 4.175, 4.254, 5.29, 6.160, 6.212, 6.276, 6.324, 6.352, 7.95, 7.99, 7.102, 8.161, 8.203, 8.225, 8.231, 8.238, 8.253, 8.260, 8.315, 8.329, 9.6, 9.48, 9.157, 9.274, 9.306, 9.416, 10.181, 10.196, 10.210, 10.216, 10.292, 10.297, 10.306, 10.309, 10.323, 10.326, 10.359, 10.393
NOT :   <ѥда>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
NOTABLE :   <нарочитъ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
NOTEWORTHY :   <нарочитъ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
NOURISHED :   <въздрасти, -стѫ, -стєши>   be nourished, grow   --
10.329
NOVGOROD :   <Новъ Градъ>   Novgorod (literally 'Newtown')   --
2.23, 2.108, 2.237
NOVGOROD :   <новъгородькъ>   Novgorodian, of Novgorod   --
2.47, 2.51
NOVGOROD :   <словѣнинъ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
NOVGORODIAN :   <новъгородькъ>   Novgorodian, of Novgorod   --
2.47, 2.51
NOW :   <нъӏн҄ӏа, нъӏнѣ>   now   --
3.339, 4.149, 6.321, 9.357
NUMBER :   <число>   number   --
3.297
NUMERALS :   <до>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
OAR :   <вєсло>   oar   --
10.123
OBEDIENT :   <покорити, -рѭ, -риши>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
OBEY :   <покорити, -рѭ, -риши>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
OBJECT :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
OBJECT :   <подъ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
OBTAIN :   <състигнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
OFF :   <въӏносити, -шѫ, -сиши>   carry off, make off with   --
3.150
OFF :   <вєсти, вєдѫ, вєдєши>   lead; lead off, lead away; carry; drag, draw   --
10.247
OFF :   <отъсѣкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   cut off   --
8.320
OFF :   <пожѧти, -жьнѭ, -жьнѥши>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
OFF :   <порѣзати, -заѭ, -заѥши>   cut off (from life)   --
10.324
OFTEN :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
OFTEN :   <дѣть>   children; (often pl.) infants, children   --
10.360
OFTEN :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
OH :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
OKA :   <мурома>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
OLD :   <старость>   old age   --
8.200
OLD :   <старъ>   old   --
2.20
OLGA :   <Ольга>   Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name)   --
3.236, 3.273, 3.302, 4.7, 4.14, 4.45, 4.121, 4.204, 4.226, 4.240, 4.315, 4.339, 5.6, 5.67, 5.177, 5.227, 5.243, 5.307, 6.18, 6.119, 6.158, 6.248, 6.411, 6.421, 7.5, 7.43, 7.125, 7.186, 7.201
OLGA :   <ользинъ>   of Olga, related to Olga   --
7.191
ONE :   <братонєвавидьникъ>   hostile to one's brother   --
10.25
ONE :   <никътожє>   no one, nobody   --
10.199
ONE :   <овъ, ово, ова>   this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other   --
2.84, 2.86, 7.68, 7.80, 7.82, 7.84, 7.150
ONE :   <онъ, оно, она>   that, that one   --
2.186, 4.251, 4.299, 4.354, 5.84, 5.161, 5.259, 6.317, 8.262, 9.59, 10.64, 10.101
ONE :   <свои, своє, своӏа>   own, one's own   --
2.11, 2.82, 2.152, 3.85, 3.93, 3.114, 3.141, 3.276, 4.130, 4.140, 4.153, 5.153, 5.199, 5.203, 5.229, 5.282, 6.21, 6.111, 6.125, 6.196, 6.199, 6.237, 6.255, 6.266, 7.52, 7.67, 7.127, 7.157, 7.207, 8.185, 8.279, 8.367, 9.279
ONE :   <сь, сє, си>   this, this one   --
1.192, 2.177, 2.198, 2.223, 3.19, 3.159, 3.227, 5.41, 5.221, 6.362, 6.381, 6.441, 8.61, 8.214, 8.229, 8.244, 8.376, 9.8, 9.28, 9.132, 9.177, 9.313, 9.419, 10.80, 10.140, 10.392
ONE :   <тъ, то, та>   that, that one   --
1.175, 2.42, 2.48, 2.99, 2.123, 2.146, 5.163, 8.326
ONE :   <єдинъ>   one, only   --
9.117
ONESELF :   <въвадити, -важдѫ, -вадиши>   join; (refl.) introduce oneself, enter   --
3.145
ONESELF :   <самъ>   self, oneself   --
1.109, 1.132, 1.144, 5.294, 6.141
ONESELF :   <сєбє>   -self, oneself   --
1.111, 1.134, 1.146, 1.148, 1.176, 1.182, 2.6, 2.15, 2.44, 2.147, 3.28, 3.101, 3.121, 3.144, 4.16, 4.159, 4.308, 5.45, 5.73, 5.92, 5.145, 5.196, 5.278, 5.309, 6.44, 6.108, 6.122, 6.129, 6.134, 6.147, 6.186, 6.190, 6.214, 6.228, 6.286, 6.429, 6.462, 7.46, 7.78, 7.110, 8.65, 8.68, 8.90, 8.110, 8.180, 8.233, 8.254, 8.261, 8.397, 9.19, 9.31, 9.90, 9.204, 9.237, 9.243, 9.265, 10.10, 10.110, 10.163, 10.174, 10.342, 10.346, 10.355
ONLY :   <єдинъ>   one, only   --
9.117
ONLY :   <ѥда>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
ONTO :   <на>   (w. acc.) onto, against, for, to the extent; (w. loc.) on, at   --
1.23, 1.26, 1.28, 1.31, 1.34, 1.39, 1.42, 1.45, 1.122, 1.133, 2.27, 2.169, 3.325, 3.331, 4.177, 4.212, 4.241, 4.256, 4.259, 4.312, 5.284, 5.314, 6.30, 6.47, 6.52, 6.145, 7.173, 8.102, 8.348, 8.361, 9.15, 9.29, 9.67, 9.79, 9.88, 9.119
OPINION :   <разѹмъ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
OPPOSITE :   <противъ, противѫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
OPPRESS :   <насилити, -лѭ, -лиши>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
ORDER :   <да>   in order to, that; may, let; and, then   --
1.219, 3.42, 4.46, 4.97, 5.11, 5.20, 5.133, 5.143, 6.347, 6.380, 8.88, 8.154, 8.325, 9.403
ORDER :   <нарѧдъ>   order   --
1.215
ORDER :   <ӏако>   as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation)   --
1.179, 3.135, 4.8, 5.207, 5.276, 6.140, 6.249, 6.357, 7.44, 7.130, 8.18, 8.359, 9.108, 9.115, 10.57, 10.94, 10.144
ORIGINALLY :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
ORPHAN :   <ѹсирити, -рѭ, -риши>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
OTHER :   <дрѹгъ>   other   --
1.181, 1.184, 1.188, 2.25, 2.88, 7.13, 7.153
OTHER :   <овъ, ово, ова>   this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other   --
2.84, 2.86, 7.68, 7.80, 7.82, 7.84, 7.150
OTHERWISE :   <ѥда>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
OUR :   <нашь>   our, of us   --
1.210, 4.88, 4.101, 4.278, 4.282, 5.247, 8.190
OUTRAGE :   <обида>   injustice, outrage, injury   --
6.253, 10.226, 10.246
OUTSIDE :   <внѣ>   (w. gen.) outside (of)   --
4.215
OUTSIDE :   <кромѣ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
OVER :   <владѣти, -дѣѭ, -дѣѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
OVER :   <възгарати, -раѭ, -раѥши>   burn; boil over   --
7.77
OVER :   <дръжати, -жѫ, -жиши>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
OVER :   <засъӏпати, -плѭ, -плѥши>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.363
OVER :   <надъ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
OVER :   <обладати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
OVER :   <облиӏати, -лѣѭ, -лѣѥши>   pour over   --
8.132
OVER :   <посъӏпати, -плѭ, -плѥши>   cover, cover over, hide, bury   --
4.367
OVER :   <прокъ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
OVER :   <прѣдати, -дамь, -даси>   hand over, commend   --
6.148, 6.185, 7.155, 8.277, 9.265
OVERTAKE :   <състигнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
OWN :   <свои, своє, своӏа>   own, one's own   --
2.11, 2.82, 2.152, 3.85, 3.93, 3.114, 3.141, 3.276, 4.130, 4.140, 4.153, 5.153, 5.199, 5.203, 5.229, 5.282, 6.21, 6.111, 6.125, 6.196, 6.199, 6.237, 6.255, 6.266, 7.52, 7.67, 7.127, 7.157, 7.207, 8.185, 8.279, 8.367, 9.279
PARENTS :   <ѹсирити, -рѭ, -риши>   deprive of parents, orphan; deprive (in general)   --
9.309
PARK :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
PART :   <стрѣха>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
PART :   <чѧсть>   part   --
7.178
PARTICLE :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
PARTICULAR :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
PARTICULAR :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
PASS :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
PASSION :   <страсть>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
PAST :   <мимо>   past, by   --
2.166
PASTURE :   <распасти, -сѫ, -сєши>   pasture, feed   --
4.93
PATTERN :   <чьсть>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
PAY :   <платити, -штѫ, -тиши>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
PAYMENT :   <ѹрокъ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
PEACE :   <миръ>   world; peace   --
8.141, 8.228
PEACE :   <съмирити, -рѭ, -риши>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
PEDAGOGUE :   <кръмильць>   tutor, teacher, pedagogue   --
3.247
PEER :   <приникнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stoop to look, peer, look   --
4.338
PEIPUS :   <чюдь>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
PELT :   <скора>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
PEOPLE :   <людьѥ>   (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people   --
2.50, 3.329, 4.139, 5.32, 5.202, 6.459, 6.463, 7.120, 7.149
PEOPLE :   <плъкъ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
PERCEIVE :   <ѹзьрѣти, -р҄ѭ, -риши>   see, perceive   --
9.325, 10.58, 10.65
PEREDSLAVA :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
PERFECT :   <съврьшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   prepare, perfect, complete   --
10.368
PERFORMANCE :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
PERISH :   <изгъӏбати, -баѭ -блѭ, -баѥши -блѥши>   perish, be destroyed   --
2.200
PERMITTED :   <льзѣ>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
PERSONAL :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
PICK :   <възѧти, -зьмѫ, -зьмєши>   pick up, take   --
6.162, 7.131
PIECE :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
PIERCE :   <проньзнѫти, -нѫ, -неши>   pierce, pierce through, transfix   --
8.9
PIGEON :   <голѫбникъ>   dovecote, pigeon loft   --
7.70, 7.79
PIGEON :   <голѫбь>   dove, pigeon   --
6.346, 6.403, 7.10, 7.19, 7.48, 7.60
PINE :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
PINE :   <скора>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
PIT :   <ӏама>   pit, hole   --
4.208, 4.327
PITIABLE :   <милъ>   wretched, pitiable; excusable   --
8.67, 8.74, 8.191, 9.381, 10.186, 10.344
PITIABLE :   <пѹштий>   more pitiable, more wretched   --
4.357
PITY :   <помиловати, -лѹѭ, -лѹѥши>   pity, have mercy on   --
10.265, 10.268
PIVOT :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
PLACE :   <покорити, -рѭ, -риши>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
PLACE :   <стоӏати, стоѭ, стоиши>   stand, stay in place   --
6.157, 8.37, 8.41
PLACE :   <ѹставлӏати, -ӏаѭ, -ӏаѥши>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
PLACENAME :   <Дєрєвъӏ>   Dereva (placename)   --
3.60, 3.224
PLEASING :   <любъ>   dear; pleasing; choice, chosen   --
4.122
PLURAL :   <каланъди>   (plural) calends, kalends, first day of the month   --
8.291
POINT :   <коньць>   a coming to pass, performance, consummation; highest or farthest point; end, limit, boundary; pivot, axis   --
10.328
POLAN :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
POLIAN :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
POLIAN :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
POLIANIAN :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
POLIANIAN :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
POLIANIANS :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
POLJAN :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
POLJANIAN :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
POLOTSK :   <Полотьскъ>   Polotsk (name of a city)   --
2.85, 2.111
POMPOSITY :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
POPULATION :   <людьѥ>   (pl.) men, people; population, (a) people   --
2.50, 3.329, 4.139, 5.32, 5.202, 6.459, 6.463, 7.120, 7.149
POPULATION :   <плъкъ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
POSS. :   <отьнь>   (poss. adj.) of the father, father's   --
9.142
POSSESS :   <имѣти, имѣѭ, имѣѥши>   have, possess   --
10.31
POSSESSION :   <имѣньє>   having, possession, property   --
3.124
POSSIBLE :   <льзѣ>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
POSTS :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
POUR :   <облиӏати, -лѣѭ, -лѣѥши>   pour over   --
8.132
POUR :   <разливати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   pour out   --
10.174
POUR :   <сѹнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   pour out   --
6.49
POWER :   <владѣти, -дѣѭ, -дѣѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
POWER :   <власть>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
POWER :   <дръжати, -жѫ, -жиши>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
POWER :   <кнѧжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
POWERFUL :   <крѣпъкъ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
PRAY :   <молити, -лѭ, -лиши>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.65, 8.110, 9.399, 10.340
PRAY :   <помолити, -лѭ, -лиши>   beseech, ask; pray   --
8.90
PRECIOUS :   <драгъ>   dear, precious   --
8.193, 10.188
PREDSLAVA :   <Борисъ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
PREDSLAVA :   <Глѣбъ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
PREDSLAVA :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
PREDSLAVA :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
PREDSLAVA :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
PREDSLAVA :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
PREFER :   <ѹнити, -нѭ, -ниши>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
PREP. :   <възрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
PREP. :   <кромѣ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
PREP. :   <окрѫгъ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
PREP. :   <противъ, противѫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
PREPARE :   <пристроити, -строѭ, -строиши>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
PREPARE :   <съврьшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   prepare, perfect, complete   --
10.368
PRESCRIBE :   <ѹставлӏати, -ӏаѭ, -ӏаѥши>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
PRESENT :   <пристати, -станѫ, -станєши>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
PRIDE :   <вєличьѥ>   greatness, pride   --
8.240
PRINCE :   <Борисъ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
PRINCE :   <Глѣбъ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
PRINCE :   <Малъ>   Mal (name of a prince)   --
3.142, 3.277, 4.103, 4.108
PRINCE :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
PRINCE :   <Свѧтославъ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
PRINCE :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
PRINCE :   <кънѧжь>   of a prince, relating to a prince, princely   --
3.353
PRINCE :   <кънѧзь>   prince   --
1.149, 3.37, 3.140, 3.267, 3.275, 4.89, 4.100, 4.109, 4.277, 4.286, 5.27, 6.86, 6.92, 6.143, 8.189, 10.250
PRINCE :   <старѣйшинъ>   leader; prince   --
7.143
PRINCELY :   <кънѧжь>   of a prince, relating to a prince, princely   --
3.353
PRINCESS :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
PRINCESS :   <кънѧгъӏни>   princess   --
4.34, 4.281
PRIZE :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
PROCURE :   <състигнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
PRODUCE :   <горѣти, -рѭ, -риши>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
PRODUCE :   <съзрѣти, -зрѣѭ, -зрѣѥши>   mature; produce   --
10.298, 10.311
PROJECTING :   <стрѣха>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
PROP :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
PROPER :   <Въӏшєградъ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
PROPER :   <правъ>   just, right, proper   --
1.157, 5.15
PROPERTY :   <имѣньє>   having, possession, property   --
3.124
PROVIDE :   <даӏати, даѭ, даѥши>   give, provide   --
6.306, 6.340
PUNGENT :   <горькъ>   bitter, pungent, unpleasant   --
8.107, 8.171, 8.178, 9.182
PURSUE :   <състигнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
PURSUE :   <тєшти, тєкѫ, тєчєши>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
PUT :   <гасити, -шѫ, -сиши>   extinguish, put out   --
7.105
PUT :   <ѹставлӏати, -ӏаѭ, -ӏаѥши>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
QUARRY :   <дѣлати, -лаѭ, -лаѥши>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
QUESTION :   <ѹпросити, -шѫ, -сиши>   ask, interrogate, question   --
2.173
QUICK :   <бързъ>   rapid, quick   --
9.43, 9.62
QUICK :   <ѹранити, -нѭ, -ниши>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
QUICKLY :   <ѹранити, -нѭ, -ниши>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
QUOTATION :   <ӏако>   as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation)   --
1.179, 3.135, 4.8, 5.207, 5.276, 6.140, 6.249, 6.357, 7.44, 7.130, 8.18, 8.359, 9.108, 9.115, 10.57, 10.94, 10.144
RACE :   <родъ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
RAISE :   <въскланӏати, -нӏаѭ, -нӏаѥши>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
RAISE :   <вєличати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
RAISE :   <крѣсити, -шѫ, -сиши>   rouse, wake, raise   --
4.132
RAISED :   <вєличати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   raise; (refl.) be raised, be exalted, be elated, be conceited   --
4.158
RANK :   <чьсть>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
RAPID :   <бързъ>   rapid, quick   --
9.43, 9.62
REACHES :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
READY :   <пристроити, -строѭ, -строиши>   prepare, make ready, arrange   --
5.134, 5.312
REAP :   <пожѧти, -жьнѭ, -жьнѥши>   mow, reap, cut off, gather, crop, harvest   --
10.293, 10.307
REASON :   <ѹмъ>   mind, reason, intellect   --
9.30, 10.362, 10.367
RECEIVE :   <въсприѩти, -имѫ, -имєши>   take up, receive   --
8.399, 9.282, 9.411
RECLINE :   <въскланӏати, -нӏаѭ, -нӏаѥши>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
RECLINE :   <лєшти, лѧгѫ, лѧжєши>   lie down, recline   --
4.155
RECONCILE :   <съмирити, -рѭ, -риши>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
RECOUNT :   <повѣдѣти, -вѣмь, -вѣси>   announce, report, recount   --
4.6, 6.458
REDUCE :   <съмѣрити, -рѭ, -риши>   lower, reduce, lessen, humble, abase   --
8.261, 10.167
REGION :   <Бѣло Ѥзєро>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
REGION :   <заморьѥ>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
REGION :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
REGION :   <мурома>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
REIGN :   <обладати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
REJOICE :   <въздрадовати сѧ, -дѹѭ сѧ, -дѹѥши сѧ>   be happy, rejoice   --
10.61
REJOICE :   <вєсєлити, -л҄ѭ, -лиши>   entertain; (refl.) rejoice   --
8.233
REJOICE :   <обрадовати, -дѹѭ, -дѹѥши>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
RELATED :   <дрѣвьскъ>   of Dereva, related to Dereva, Derevlian   --
4.64, 4.95, 4.110, 5.50, 6.31, 7.203
RELATED :   <ользинъ>   of Olga, related to Olga   --
7.191
RELATED :   <стръдьчинъ>   of the heart, related to the heart, heart's   --
9.185
RELATING :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
RELATING :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
RELATING :   <игорєвъ>   of Igor, Igor's, relating to Igor   --
4.359
RELATING :   <кънѧжь>   of a prince, relating to a prince, princely   --
3.353
RELATING :   <мистишинъ>   of Mistisha, relating to Mistisha, Mistisha's   --
3.255
RELATING :   <рѹсьскъ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
RELATING :   <свѣньлжь>   of Sveinald, relating to Sveinald, Sveinald's   --
3.26
RELATING :   <трѣмьнъ>   of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle   --
3.367, 4.214
RELIANCE :   <дръзновєньѥ>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
REMAIN :   <остати, останѫ, останєши>   stay behind, remain   --
2.220
REMAIN :   <сѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   sit, remain   --
2.203, 3.328, 4.227, 4.301, 5.222
REMAINING :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
REMAINING :   <прокъ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
REMAINING :   <прочьи, -чьѥ, -чьӏа>   the rest, next, remaining   --
7.148
REMNANTS :   <прокъ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
REMOVE :   <отъчѹждити, -дѫ, -диши>   separate, remove   --
9.363
REMOVE :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
RENOUNCE :   <отъврѣшти, -врьгѫ, -врьгєши>   throw away, renounce   --
8.322
REPAST :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
REPEATED :   <ни>   and not, nor, no; (repeated) neither... nor   --
4.179, 4.258, 6.326, 8.163
REPEATED :   <овъ, ово, ова>   this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other   --
2.84, 2.86, 7.68, 7.80, 7.82, 7.84, 7.150
REPORT :   <вѣсть>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
REPORT :   <повѣдѣти, -вѣмь, -вѣси>   announce, report, recount   --
4.6, 6.458
REPROVER :   <казатєль>   corrector, reprover   --
8.202
RESIDENCE :   <трѣмъ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
RESIDENT :   <насєльникъ>   inhabitant, resident; native; immigrant   --
2.106
RESPIRATION :   <въздъӏханьѥ>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
REST :   <прокъ>   remaining, left over; (subst.) the remnants, the rest   --
5.315, 7.159
REST :   <прочьи, -чьѥ, -чьӏа>   the rest, next, remaining   --
7.148
RETAINERS :   <дрѹжина>   retinue, band of retainers, troop   --
3.23, 3.92, 3.113, 3.119, 3.200, 5.181, 5.246, 5.266, 5.299, 6.90, 7.210, 9.65
RETINUE :   <дрѹжина>   retinue, band of retainers, troop   --
3.23, 3.92, 3.113, 3.119, 3.200, 5.181, 5.246, 5.266, 5.299, 6.90, 7.210, 9.65
RETINUE :   <съмѣр҄єньѥ>   humility; retinue   --
8.257, 8.263
RETURN :   <възвратити, -штѫ, -тиши>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
RETURN :   <въспѧть>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
RETURN :   <обрътѣти, -штѫ, -тиши>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
RETURN :   <отъдаӏати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   donate, give, give as a give; give in exchange, give in return   --
8.87
RETURN :   <поити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go, set out; go back, return   --
1.221, 2.161, 3.36, 3.82, 4.98, 6.289, 9.69, 9.112, 10.41
REVEL :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
REVENGE :   <мьштати, -таѭ, -таѥши>   defend against, revenge, avenge   --
6.235, 6.251, 6.278
REVERENCE :   <чьсть>   honor, rank, reverence, feast, device, pattern   --
4.242, 4.346, 5.23
REVERSE :   <въспѧть>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
RIDE :   <ӏахати (ӏад-), -хаѭ, -хаѥши>   be carried, ride, go   --
4.176, 4.255
RIGHT :   <абьє>   right away   --
8.275, 10.121
RIGHT :   <правъ>   just, right, proper   --
1.157, 5.15
RISE :   <ѹранити, -нѭ, -ниши>   make quickly, be quick, hasten, hurry; rise at dawn, rise early   --
8.20
RIVER :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
RIVER :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
RIVER :   <Смольньскъ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
RIVER :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
RIVER :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
RIVER :   <мурома>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
RIVER :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
RIVERS :   <сѣвєръ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
RJURIK :   <Рюрикъ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
ROCK :   <камъӏ>   stone, rock   --
3.372
ROOF :   <стрѣха>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
ROSTOV :   <Ростовъ>   Rostov (name of a city)   --
2.87, 2.114
ROSTOV :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
ROUSE :   <крѣсити, -шѫ, -сиши>   rouse, wake, raise   --
4.132
ROW :   <грєти, грєбѫ, грєбєши>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
RUIN :   <пагѹба>   capture; destruction, ruin; disease; corruption   --
9.281
RULE :   <владѣти, -дѣѭ, -дѣѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
RULE :   <власть>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
RULE :   <дръжати, -жѫ, -жиши>   hold, have power over, rule   --
5.49
RULE :   <кнѧжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   rule, be king, have power   --
1.222, 2.235
RULE :   <обладати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
RULE :   <ѹставъ>   end; boundary; rule; definition   --
7.212
RUMOR :   <вѣсть>   announcement, report; rumor; fame   --
9.136
RUN :   <лєтѣти, -штѫ, -тиши>   fly; run   --
6.63
RUN :   <съкрѹшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
RUN :   <тєшти, тєкѫ, тєчєши>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
RURIK :   <Рюрикъ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
RUS :   <рѹсь>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
RUS :   <рѹсьскъ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
RUSH :   <тєшти, тєкѫ, тєчєши>   run, rush, flow; follow, pursue   --
3.320
RUSH :   <ѹстрьмити сѧ, -млѭ, -миши>   hasten, rush; be eager   --
6.121
RUSIAN :   <рѹсьскъ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
RUSS. :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
RUSSIA :   <рѹсь>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
RUSSIAN :   <рѹсьскъ>   Rus (Rus'), of the Rus, relating to the Rus, Rusian, Russian   --
2.45, 3.269
RYURIK :   <Рюрикъ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
SACRIFICE :   <сѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
SAD :   <жалостьнъ>   sad   --
8.179, 10.178
SADNESS :   <пєчаль>   sadness, affliction   --
8.170, 9.184
SADNESS :   <ѹнъӏньѥ>   mourning, sadness; carelessness, negligence, neglect   --
9.402
SAIL :   <плѹти, пловѫ, пловєши>   flow; navigate, sail   --
10.97
SAINT :   <Василий>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
SAKE :   <ради>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
SALLY :   <побѣдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
SALUTATION :   <поклонъ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
SALUTATION :   <цѣлованьѥ>   salutation, greeting, embrace   --
10.81
SAVAGE :   <тѧжькъ>   grave; burdensome; savage; intolerable   --
6.354, 7.176
SAVE :   <понѣ>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
SAY :   <глаголати, -л҄ѭ, -л҄ѥши>   say, speak   --
3.171, 4.47, 4.237, 6.177, 8.36, 8.71, 8.186, 9.188
SAY :   <рєшти, рєкѫ, рєчєши>   say, tell   --
1.143, 1.200, 2.175, 2.188, 3.22, 3.91, 3.263, 4.18, 4.31, 4.43, 4.59, 4.66, 4.118, 4.174, 4.253, 4.272, 4.341, 4.356, 5.9, 5.70, 5.126, 5.240, 5.261, 6.82, 6.226, 6.245, 6.298, 6.319, 6.423, 8.133, 8.165, 9.40, 9.156, 10.356
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Асколдъ, Осколдъ>   Askold, Askuldr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.216
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Асмудъ>   Asmud, Asmund, Asmundr (Scandinavian name)   --
3.249, 6.85
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Диръ>   Dir (Scandinavian name)   --
2.219
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Игорь>   Igor, Ingvar (Scandinavian name)   --
3.24, 3.57, 3.190, 3.198, 3.216
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Ольга>   Olga, Helga (Scandinavian name)   --
3.236, 3.273, 3.302, 4.7, 4.14, 4.45, 4.121, 4.204, 4.226, 4.240, 4.315, 4.339, 5.6, 5.67, 5.177, 5.227, 5.243, 5.307, 6.18, 6.119, 6.158, 6.248, 6.411, 6.421, 7.5, 7.43, 7.125, 7.186, 7.201
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Рюрикъ>   Rjurik, Ryurik, Rurik, Hroerekr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.21, 2.78, 2.126, 2.233
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Свѣньлдъ>   Sveinald (Scandinavian name)   --
3.252, 6.83
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Синєѹсъ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
SCANDINAVIAN :   <Трѹворъ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
SCANDINAVIAN :   <нѹрманє>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
SCANDINAVIAN :   <рѹсь>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
SCANDINAVIAN :   <свийнъ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
SCANDINAVIANS :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
SCRAPE :   <грєти, грєбѫ, грєбєши>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
SCRATCH :   <сѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
SEA :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
SEA :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
SEA :   <заморьѥ>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
SEA :   <мор҄є>   sea   --
1.101, 1.168
SEARCH :   <искати, -штѫ, -штєши>   seek, search for   --
1.147
SEARCH :   <испросити, -жѫ, -сиши>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
SECOND :   <въторъӏи, -роѥ, -раӏа>   second, following   --
6.259
SEDITION :   <ѫсобица>   discord, strife, sedition   --
1.128
SEE :   <видѣти, виждѫ, видиши>   see   --
8.264, 10.141
SEE :   <вѣдѣти, вѣмь, вѣси>   see, know   --
6.138
SEE :   <зрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look at, behold; see   --
8.42
SEE :   <ѹвѣдѣти, -вѣмь, -вѣси>   see; know, understand   --
8.377
SEE :   <ѹзрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look at, behold; see   --
2.168
SEE :   <ѹзьрѣти, -р҄ѭ, -риши>   see, perceive   --
9.325, 10.58, 10.65
SEED :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
SEEK :   <искати, -штѫ, -штєши>   seek, search for   --
1.147
SEEK :   <испросити, -жѫ, -сиши>   seek, search (for); gain by asking   --
2.147
SEIZE :   <въсхъӏтати, -таѭ, -таѥши>   seize, snatch   --
4.77
SEIZE :   <грабити, -блѭ, -биши>   seize, snatch   --
4.79
SEIZE :   <поѩти, -имѫ, -имєши>   take, seize   --
2.13, 3.270, 5.179
SEIZE :   <приѩти, приимѫ, приимєши>   take, seize   --
2.76, 10.85
SEIZE :   <ѩти, имѫ, имєши>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
SEJM :   <сѣвєръ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
SELECT :   <избрати, -бєрѫ, -бєрєши>   elect, select, choose   --
2.6
SELF :   <самъ>   self, oneself   --
1.109, 1.132, 1.144, 5.294, 6.141
SELF :   <сєбє>   -self, oneself   --
1.111, 1.134, 1.146, 1.148, 1.176, 1.182, 2.6, 2.15, 2.44, 2.147, 3.28, 3.101, 3.121, 3.144, 4.16, 4.159, 4.308, 5.45, 5.73, 5.92, 5.145, 5.196, 5.278, 5.309, 6.44, 6.108, 6.122, 6.129, 6.134, 6.147, 6.186, 6.190, 6.214, 6.228, 6.286, 6.429, 6.462, 7.46, 7.78, 7.110, 8.65, 8.68, 8.90, 8.110, 8.180, 8.233, 8.254, 8.261, 8.397, 9.19, 9.31, 9.90, 9.204, 9.237, 9.243, 9.265, 10.10, 10.110, 10.163, 10.174, 10.342, 10.346, 10.355
SEND :   <испѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   loose, free; send forth, send out, send away, emit   --
10.180
SEND :   <отъпѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
4.193
SEND :   <посълати, -л҄ѭ, -л҄ѥши>   send, summon   --
3.168, 3.293, 4.62, 4.162, 4.230, 5.5, 5.53, 5.123, 5.249, 6.174, 6.409, 8.379, 9.36, 10.17
SEND :   <присълати, -лѭ, -лѥши>   send   --
5.17, 9.152
SEND :   <пѹстити, -штѫ, -стиши>   allow, let, free; send (away)   --
3.112, 5.30, 7.47
SENSE :   <разѹмъ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
SEPARATE :   <отъчѹждити, -дѫ, -диши>   separate, remove   --
9.363
SERVANT :   <отрокъ>   boy, servant   --
3.25, 5.228, 5.281, 8.303
SERVANT :   <рабъ>   servant   --
10.284
SERVANT :   <слѹга>   servant   --
10.22
SERVE :   <слѹжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   minister (to), serve   --
5.230
SERVICE :   <слѹжьба>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
SERVITUDE :   <работа>   ministry; servitude   --
7.154
SET :   <зажєшти, -жєгѫ, -жєжєши>   set on fire, ignite, burn   --
5.108
SET :   <платити, -штѫ, -тиши>   loose, free, set free, pay   --
2.204, 7.162
SET :   <побѣдити, -ждѫ, -диши>   conquer; fight, fight against; set in motion, hasten, incite; sally out   --
6.94
SET :   <пожєшти, -гѫ, -жєши>   set on fire, kindle, ignite   --
7.134
SET :   <поити, -идѫ, -идєши>   go, set out; go back, return   --
1.221, 2.161, 3.36, 3.82, 4.98, 6.289, 9.69, 9.112, 10.41
SET :   <положити, -жѫ, -жиши>   lay down, set down   --
8.410, 9.32
SET :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
SET :   <ставити, -влѭ, -виши>   set, establish   --
7.161
SET :   <ѩти, имѫ, имєши>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
SET :   <ѹставлӏати, -ӏаѭ, -ӏаѥши>   set, fix; put, place, prescribe, define; discern   --
7.211
SEVEN :   <з>   seven   --
1.10
SEVENTY :   <о>   seventy   --
1.90
SEVERIAN :   <сѣвєръ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
SEX :   <полъ, полѹ>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
SHAKING :   <страхъ>   shaking; terror   --
8.167, 10.130
SHATTER :   <съкрѹшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
SHCHEK :   <Щєкъ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
SHED :   <клѣть>   house; household; basement, cellar; shed   --
7.81
SHEEP :   <овьца>   sheep   --
3.148
SHEK :   <Щєкъ>   Shchek, Shek (brother of Kyi)   --
2.194
SHELL :   <скора>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
SHINE :   <бльштати сѧ, -штѫ сѧ, -штиши сѧ>   shine, glisten; shine, be bright   --
10.110
SHIP :   <грєти, грєбѫ, грєбєши>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
SHIP :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
SHOOT :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
SHORE :   <полъ, полѹ>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
SHORT :   <зьрѣимо>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
SHOW :   <обрадовати, -дѹѭ, -дѹѥши>   show grace; rejoice, be merry   --
6.461
SHUT :   <запрѣти, -прѫ, -прєши>   close, shut   --
5.95
SHUT :   <затворити, -рѭ, -риши>   close, shut   --
6.107, 6.128
SHUT :   <тѫжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
SIDE :   <кромѣ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
SIDE :   <полъ, полѹ>   side, bank, shore; sex; half   --
9.89
SIEGE :   <осада>   siege   --
6.379
SIGH :   <въздъхнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   groan, sigh   --
8.108
SIGH :   <въздъӏханьѥ>   respiration, breathing; sigh, groan   --
8.177, 10.171
SIGNJUTR :   <Синєѹсъ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
SINCE :   <идє>   where; since; however   --
3.337, 3.357, 5.139, 7.98
SINEUS :   <Синєѹсъ>   Sineus, Signjutr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.26, 2.69
SISTER :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
SIT :   <въсѣсти, -сѧдѫ, -сѧдєши>   sit, sit down; come down   --
9.66
SIT :   <сѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   sit, remain   --
2.203, 3.328, 4.227, 4.301, 5.222
SIT :   <сѣсти, сѣдѫ, -дєши>   sit down   --
2.22
SITTING :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
SIX :   <ѕ>   six; six thousand   --
1.7, 1.62, 1.75, 1.88, 3.7, 6.7
SIXTY :   <ѯ>   sixty   --
1.9, 1.64, 1.77
SIZE :   <сєликъ>   of this size, such   --
9.338
SKIN :   <скора>   bark, shell; pine; skin, hide, pelt, leather   --
6.309, 6.327
SKY :   <нєбо>   heaven, sky   --
8.103
SLAUGHTER :   <исѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; kill, slaughter   --
5.303
SLAUGHTER :   <сѣшти, сѣкѫ, сѣчєши>   cut down; scratch, carve; sacrifice, slaughter   --
5.300
SLAVERY :   <слѹжьба>   service, forced service, slavery; liturgy; ministry   --
8.137
SLAVIC :   <вӏатичи>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
SLAVIC :   <кривичи>   (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.35, 1.206, 2.112
SLAVIC :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
SLAVIC :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
SLAVIC :   <сѣвєръ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
SLIP :   <испасти, -падѫ, -падєши>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
SLOVENE :   <словѣнинъ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
SMALL :   <малъ>   small, young   --
3.117, 3.205, 5.180, 6.284, 6.329, 6.366, 6.385, 7.28, 8.84, 9.64, 9.99
SMIADIN :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMIADINA :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMIADYN :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMITE :   <съкрѹшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
SMJADIN :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMJADINA :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMJADYN :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SMOKE :   <горѣти, -рѭ, -риши>   burn; (refl.) produce smoke, be black with smoke   --
7.100
SMOKE :   <дъӏмъ>   smoke; hearth, home   --
1.52
SMOLENSK :   <Смольньскъ>   Smolensk (name of a city located along the Dnieper river)   --
9.110, 9.114
SMYADINA :   <Смядина>   Smjadina, Smiadina, Smyadina; Smjadin, Smiadin, Smjadyn, Smiadyn (name of a river, affluent of the Dnieper)   --
9.120, 10.48
SNATCH :   <въсхъӏтати, -таѭ, -таѥши>   seize, snatch   --
4.77
SNATCH :   <грабити, -блѭ, -биши>   seize, snatch   --
4.79
SO :   <сицє>   thus, so   --
1.173, 4.67, 5.71, 5.127, 10.6
SO :   <ӏакожє>   as, like, than, so as to   --
3.283
SOLDIER :   <храбръ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
SOME :   <къи, коє, коӏа>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
SOMETIME :   <когда>   when; sometime   --
6.256, 6.262
SON :   <съӏнъ>   son   --
3.242, 6.20, 6.124, 7.206
SORROW :   <сѣтованьѥ>   sorrow   --
9.208
SORT :   <родъ>   race, kind, sort; generation; birth   --
1.121, 1.123, 2.10, 2.53, 2.151, 2.206
SOUL :   <дѹша>   soul   --
8.184, 8.278, 10.30, 10.62
SOUND :   <гласъ>   voice, sound, word   --
10.179
SPACE :   <тѫжити, -жѫ, -жиши>   shut in, drive, force, impel; be moved in a confined space; mourn   --
9.211
SPARROW :   <врабий>   sparrow   --
6.349, 6.407, 7.15, 7.22, 7.50, 7.63, 7.71
SPEAK :   <глаголати, -л҄ѭ, -л҄ѥши>   say, speak   --
3.171, 4.47, 4.237, 6.177, 8.36, 8.71, 8.186, 9.188
SPEAR :   <копьѥ>   spear, lance; sword   --
6.50, 6.62
SPECIES :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
SPEECH :   <глаголъ>   word, speech   --
8.112
SPEECH :   <рѣчь>   speech   --
4.125
SPREAD :   <обънажити, -жѫ, -жиши>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
SPRING :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
SPROUT :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
SQUIRREL :   <вѣвєрица>   squirrel   --
1.50
STABLE :   <одрина>   loft; stable   --
7.86
STADIUM :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
STAFF :   <жьзлъ>   staff, walking stick   --
8.201
STAND :   <въстати, -станѫ, -станєши>   stand up, break out   --
1.120
STAND :   <пристати, -станѫ, -станєши>   stand near; be near, be present; come, arrive   --
3.311
STAND :   <стати, станѫ, станєши>   stand   --
9.118
STAND :   <стоӏати, стоѭ, стоиши>   stand, stay in place   --
6.157, 8.37, 8.41
STANDING :   <пѣшь>   on foot, foot-borne, standing   --
4.180
START :   <искочити, -чѫ, -чиши>   leap up, leap out, start   --
8.22
START :   <ѩти, имѫ, имєши>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
STAY :   <остати, останѫ, останєши>   stay behind, remain   --
2.220
STAY :   <стоӏати, стоѭ, стоиши>   stand, stay in place   --
6.157, 8.37, 8.41
STEER :   <грєти, грєбѫ, грєбєши>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
STEP :   <пристѫпити, -пл҄ѭ, -пиши>   come up to, step up   --
8.50, 8.135
STICK :   <жьзлъ>   staff, walking stick   --
8.201
STICK :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
STIFF :   <ѹтръпати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
STILL :   <єщє>   still   --
3.104
STILL :   <ѥщє>   yet, still   --
10.383
STIPEND :   <ѹрокъ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
STONE :   <камъӏ>   stone, rock   --
3.372
STOOP :   <приникнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stoop to look, peer, look   --
4.338
STORAGE :   <вѣжа>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
STRENUOUSLY :   <крѣпъкъ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
STRIFE :   <ѫсобица>   discord, strife, sedition   --
1.128
STRIKE :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
STRIKE :   <съкрѹшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
STRIKE :   <ѹдарити, -рѭ, -риши>   strike, beat   --
6.67
STRIP :   <обънажити, -жѫ, -жиши>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
STRIVE :   <потѧгнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
STRONG :   <крѣпъкъ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
STRONG :   <потѧгнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
STRONG :   <съдравити, -влѭ, -виши>   be healthy, be strong   --
9.49
STRONG :   <храбръ>   (m.) fighter, soldier; (adj.) strong   --
6.27
STRUCTURE :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
SUBJECT :   <покорити, -рѭ, -риши>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
SUBMIT :   <покорити, -рѭ, -риши>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
SUCH :   <сиць, сицє, сица>   such, like this   --
6.166, 8.111, 9.187
SUCH :   <сєликъ>   of this size, such   --
9.338
SUDDENLY :   <вънєзаапѫ>   suddenly   --
10.16
SUFFERING :   <страсть>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
SULA :   <сѣвєръ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
SULFUR :   <цѣрь>   sulfur   --
7.24
SUMMER :   <лѣто>   year, summer   --
1.6, 1.61, 1.74, 1.87, 2.68, 3.6, 3.21, 6.6, 6.159
SUMMON :   <възвати, -зовѫ, -зовєши>   call, summon   --
4.12
SUMMON :   <звати, зовѫ, зовєши>   cry out; call, summon   --
1.176, 1.182, 4.238, 9.45
SUMMON :   <посълати, -л҄ѭ, -л҄ѥши>   send, summon   --
3.168, 3.293, 4.62, 4.162, 4.230, 5.5, 5.53, 5.123, 5.249, 6.174, 6.409, 8.379, 9.36, 10.17
SUMMON :   <прозвати, -зовѫ, -зовєши>   call, summon   --
2.44
SUPPLY :   <ѹрокъ>   judgement; festival; expense, charge, cost; supply; payment; stipend   --
7.214
SURFACE :   <по>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
SURROUNDING :   <Бѣло Ѥзєро>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
SVEINALD :   <Свѣньлдъ>   Sveinald (Scandinavian name)   --
3.252, 6.83
SVEINALD :   <свѣньлжь>   of Sveinald, relating to Sveinald, Sveinald's   --
3.26
SVIATOPOLK :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
SVIATOSLAV :   <Свѧтославъ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
SVJATOPOLK :   <Борисъ>   Boris (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.343, 9.249
SVJATOPOLK :   <Прѣдъслава>   Peredslava, Predslava (name of a princess, sister of Svjatopolk, Jaroslav, Boris, and Gleb)   --
9.138
SVJATOPOLK :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
SVJATOPOLK :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
SVJATOSLAV :   <Глѣбъ>   Gleb (name of a prince, brother of Svjatoslav, Jaroslav, Boris and Predslava)   --
9.39, 9.155
SVJATOSLAV :   <Свѧтославъ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
SVJATOSLAV :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
SVYATOPOLK :   <Свѧтоплъкъ>   Svjatopolk, Svyatopolk, Sviatopolk (name of a prince, brother of Jaroslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
8.378, 9.12, 9.168, 10.19
SVYATOSLAV :   <Свѧтославъ>   Svjatoslav, Svyatoslav, Sviatoslav (name of a prince)   --
3.245, 3.279, 6.22, 6.51
SWEDEN :   <свийнъ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
SWEDISH :   <свийнъ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
SWORD :   <копьѥ>   spear, lance; sword   --
6.50, 6.62
SWORD :   <мєчь>   sword   --
8.385, 10.106
SWORD :   <орѫжьє>   weapon, sword   --
3.30
TABERNACLE :   <шатьръ>   tabernacle, tent   --
8.24, 8.346
TAKE :   <възьмати, -ємл҄ѭ, -ємл҄ѥши>   take, take up   --
3.80
TAKE :   <възѧти, -зьмѫ, -зьмєши>   pick up, take   --
6.162, 7.131
TAKE :   <въсприѩти, -имѫ, -имєши>   take up, receive   --
8.399, 9.282, 9.411
TAKE :   <грєти, грєбѫ, грєбєши>   scrape; comb; row; take the helm, steer (a ship)   --
10.69
TAKE :   <изимати, ѥмлѭ, ѥмлѥши>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
TAKE :   <имати, ѥмлѭ, ѥмлѥши>   take, take up; acquire   --
1.18, 1.38, 1.47, 6.282, 7.128
TAKE :   <побѣгнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   flee, take flight   --
6.105, 7.119
TAKE :   <поимати, -ѥмл҄ѭ, -ѥмл҄ѥши>   take, take away   --
3.175
TAKE :   <поѩти, -имѫ, -имєши>   take, seize   --
2.13, 3.270, 5.179
TAKE :   <приѩти, приимѫ, приимєши>   take, seize   --
2.76, 10.85
TAKE :   <съдѹмати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   deliberate, consider, take counsel   --
3.138
TAKE :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
TAKE :   <ѩти, имѫ, имєши>   take, seize; (refl.) take to, set out, start on   --
6.189, 6.213, 6.230
TEACHER :   <кръмильць>   tutor, teacher, pedagogue   --
3.247
TEAR :   <слъза>   tear, teardrop   --
8.105, 8.131, 8.160, 8.174, 10.12, 10.161, 10.173
TEARDROP :   <слъза>   tear, teardrop   --
8.105, 8.131, 8.160, 8.174, 10.12, 10.161, 10.173
TEARS :   <плачь>   weeping, tears   --
9.181, 9.203
TEAT :   <дѣтѧ>   infant; breast, teat; child   --
6.433
TELL :   <рєшти, рєкѫ, рєчєши>   say, tell   --
1.143, 1.200, 2.175, 2.188, 3.22, 3.91, 3.263, 4.18, 4.31, 4.43, 4.59, 4.66, 4.118, 4.174, 4.253, 4.272, 4.341, 4.356, 5.9, 5.70, 5.126, 5.240, 5.261, 6.82, 6.226, 6.245, 6.298, 6.319, 6.423, 8.133, 8.165, 9.40, 9.156, 10.356
TEMPLE :   <црькъӏ>   church, temple   --
8.416
TENT :   <вѣжа>   cellar for storage; kitchen; tent   --
7.83
TENT :   <истъбъка>   tent, hut; bathhouse   --
5.87, 5.98
TENT :   <шатьръ>   tabernacle, tent   --
8.24, 8.346
TERM :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
TERRIBLE :   <лютъ>   terrible, wild   --
10.26
TERROR :   <страхъ>   shaking; terror   --
8.167, 10.130
THAN :   <ӏакожє>   as, like, than, so as to   --
3.283
THAT :   <да>   in order to, that; may, let; and, then   --
1.219, 3.42, 4.46, 4.97, 5.11, 5.20, 5.133, 5.143, 6.347, 6.380, 8.88, 8.154, 8.325, 9.403
THAT :   <како>   how, how is it that   --
8.224, 8.230, 8.237, 9.257, 9.260, 9.273
THAT :   <онъ, оно, она>   that, that one   --
2.186, 4.251, 4.299, 4.354, 5.84, 5.161, 5.259, 6.317, 8.262, 9.59, 10.64, 10.101
THAT :   <тъ, то, та>   that, that one   --
1.175, 2.42, 2.48, 2.99, 2.123, 2.146, 5.163, 8.326
THAT :   <ѥда>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
THAT :   <ӏако>   as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation)   --
1.179, 3.135, 4.8, 5.207, 5.276, 6.140, 6.249, 6.357, 7.44, 7.130, 8.18, 8.359, 9.108, 9.115, 10.57, 10.94, 10.144
THEN :   <да>   in order to, that; may, let; and, then   --
1.219, 3.42, 4.46, 4.97, 5.11, 5.20, 5.133, 5.143, 6.347, 6.380, 8.88, 8.154, 8.325, 9.403
THEN :   <понѣ>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
THEN :   <послѣдь>   then, afterward   --
8.328
THEN :   <тачє>   then   --
8.120
THEN :   <то>   but, then, therefore   --
3.149, 3.164, 5.16
THEN :   <тогда>   then   --
3.318
THEN :   <тѹ>   there; then   --
3.370, 5.112, 8.6, 9.408
THERE :   <тѹ>   there; then   --
3.370, 5.112, 8.6, 9.408
THEREFORE :   <прочєѥ>   therefore, but, finally; afterward   --
9.263
THEREFORE :   <то>   but, then, therefore   --
3.149, 3.164, 5.16
THINE :   <твои, твоє, твоӏа>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
THINK :   <мьнѣти, мьнѭ, мьниши>   believe, think, assume   --
9.324
THINK :   <размъӏслити, -шлѭ, -слиши>   think, consider   --
3.90
THIRD :   <трєтьи, -тьѥ, -тьӏа>   third   --
2.30, 6.261, 7.183
THIS :   <овъ, ово, ова>   this, this one; (repeated) the one... the other   --
2.84, 2.86, 7.68, 7.80, 7.82, 7.84, 7.150
THIS :   <сиць, сицє, сица>   such, like this   --
6.166, 8.111, 9.187
THIS :   <сь, сє, си>   this, this one   --
1.192, 2.177, 2.198, 2.223, 3.19, 3.159, 3.227, 5.41, 5.221, 6.362, 6.381, 6.441, 8.61, 8.214, 8.229, 8.244, 8.376, 9.8, 9.28, 9.132, 9.177, 9.313, 9.419, 10.80, 10.140, 10.392
THIS :   <сєликъ>   of this size, such   --
9.338
THIS :   <тако>   thus, in this way   --
1.190, 3.157, 7.76, 8.396
THORVARDHR :   <Трѹворъ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
THOU :   <тъӏ>   you, thou   --
3.44, 4.135, 4.164, 4.172, 4.189, 4.239, 4.345, 5.132, 5.251, 6.208, 6.288, 6.323, 6.331, 6.365, 6.374, 6.383, 8.145, 9.46, 9.50, 9.161, 9.165, 9.245, 9.304, 9.311, 9.346, 9.414, 10.200, 10.231, 10.278, 10.341, 10.345
THOUGHT :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
THOUGHT :   <разѹмъ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
THOUSAND :   <є>   five; five thousand   --
5.305
THOUSAND :   <ѕ>   six; six thousand   --
1.7, 1.62, 1.75, 1.88, 3.7, 6.7
THREAD :   <нитъка>   thread   --
7.29
THREE :   <г>   three   --
2.7, 2.191, 3.10, 6.345, 6.348, 6.402, 6.406
THREE :   <т>   three hundred   --
1.8, 1.63, 1.76, 1.89
THROUGH :   <досѣдѣти, -ждѫ, -диши>   bring about by sitting, achieve through encamping or remaining in the field   --
6.180
THROUGH :   <проньзнѫти, -нѫ, -неши>   pierce, pierce through, transfix   --
8.9
THROUGH :   <сквозѣ, скозѣ>   (w. acc.) through   --
6.64
THROW :   <възложити, -жѫ, -жиши>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
THROW :   <въринѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
THROW :   <отъврѣшти, -врьгѫ, -врьгєши>   throw away, renounce   --
8.322
THRUST :   <въринѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   thrust in; throw, throw in; cast away   --
4.324
THUS :   <сицє>   thus, so   --
1.173, 4.67, 5.71, 5.127, 10.6
THUS :   <тако>   thus, in this way   --
1.190, 3.157, 7.76, 8.396
THY :   <твои, твоє, твоӏа>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
TIE :   <повьрзъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   tie, bind; fasten, attach   --
7.30
TILL :   <дѣлати, -лаѭ, -лаѥши>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
TIME :   <врѣмѧ>   time   --
8.86, 9.133
TOGETHER :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
TOGETHER :   <съвъкѹпити, -плѭ, -пиши>   lead together, collect, gather   --
2.227
TOGETHER :   <съвєсти, -зѫ, -зєши>   bring together, collect, gather   --
5.165
TOGETHER :   <съкрѹшити, -шѫ, -шиши>   run together, shatter, crush; strike, smite, strike together   --
10.165
TOGETHER :   <съкѹпъ>   a joining; a convening, a coming together   --
6.48
TOGETHER :   <съмирити, -рѭ, -риши>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
TOGETHER :   <сънѧти, съньмѫ, съньмєши>   take away from, remove; go down, descend; lead down; (refl.) come together, collect, gather   --
6.43, 8.317
TOGETHER :   <съпасти, -дѫ, -дєши>   fall; fall together   --
8.127
TOIL :   <дѣлати, -лаѭ, -лаѥши>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
TOMB :   <могъӏла>   grave, tomb, burial mound   --
3.218, 5.205
TOMORROW :   <наѹтрьѥ>   morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.137
TOMORROW :   <ютро, ѹтро>   dawn, daybreak; morning, morrow, tomorrow   --
4.161, 4.225
TOO :   <и>   and; also, too, even   --
1.25, 1.30, 1.33, 1.41, 1.44, 1.102, 1.107, 1.113, 1.119, 1.124, 1.129, 1.142, 1.154, 1.165, 1.191, 1.203, 1.205, 1.207, 1.212, 1.220, 1.223, 2.5, 2.12, 2.18, 2.40, 2.71, 2.75, 2.79, 2.97, 2.122, 2.134, 2.145, 2.160, 2.164, 2.167, 2.172, 2.174, 2.199, 2.201, 2.218, 2.224, 2.228, 3.31, 3.43, 3.46, 3.63, 3.70, 3.103, 3.158, 3.186, 3.191, 3.199, 3.213, 3.225, 3.246, 3.278, 3.280, 3.292, 3.310, 3.324, 3.342, 4.5, 4.11, 4.17, 4.30, 4.42, 4.78, 4.154, 4.187, 4.192, 4.210, 4.224, 4.233, 4.287, 4.309, 4.328, 4.340, 4.361, 4.366, 5.52, 5.88, 5.94, 5.106, 5.122, 5.149, 5.200, 5.209, 5.225, 5.297, 5.302, 5.311, 6.26, 6.28, 6.61, 6.81, 6.84, 6.93, 6.106, 6.132, 6.144, 6.156, 6.164, 6.188, 6.193, 6.197, 6.260, 6.308, 6.359, 6.397, 6.404, 6.408, 6.431, 6.438, 6.449, 6.457, 6.460, 7.16, 7.20, 7.41, 7.49, 7.62, 7.75, 7.94, 7.101, 7.118, 7.123, 7.133, 7.147, 7.171, 7.199, 7.208, 7.213, 8.5, 8.17, 8.21, 8.34, 8.66, 8.75, 8.100, 8.106, 8.126, 8.129, 8.139, 8.144, 8.169, 8.172, 8.181, 8.192, 8.194, 8.265, 8.274, 8.302, 8.319, 8.327, 8.358, 8.375, 8.382, 8.395, 8.398, 8.409, 9.5, 9.14, 9.27, 9.47, 9.77, 9.96, 9.107, 9.111, 9.130, 9.151, 9.176, 9.183, 9.186, 9.205, 9.210, 9.247, 9.308, 9.342, 9.367, 9.384, 9.412, 10.5, 10.9, 10.11, 10.44, 10.56, 10.68, 10.93, 10.120, 10.127, 10.139, 10.160, 10.169, 10.187, 10.214, 10.230, 10.233, 10.256, 10.343, 10.379, 10.381
TORPID :   <ѹтръпати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
TOW :   <повєсти, -зѫ, -зєши>   tow, drag   --
8.350
TOWARD :   <въспѧть>   back, toward the back, in reverse, in return   --
3.89
TOWARD :   <къ>   (w. dat.) to, toward   --
1.169, 1.171, 2.148, 3.65, 3.169, 3.301, 4.15, 4.235, 4.314, 5.7, 5.75, 5.124, 5.131, 5.185, 5.242, 6.175, 6.410, 7.21, 7.31, 7.185, 8.122, 9.139, 9.154, 10.70, 10.156, 10.249, 10.253
TOWER :   <трѣмъ>   tower, castle; home, residence   --
3.371, 4.229
TOWER :   <трѣмьнъ>   of a tower, relating to a tower, relating to a castle   --
3.367, 4.214
TOWN :   <градъкъ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
TRACK :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
TRADITION :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
TRAIL :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
TRANSFER :   <възнєсти, -сѫ, -сєши>   carry, transport, transfer   --
4.188
TRANSFIX :   <проньзнѫти, -нѫ, -неши>   pierce, pierce through, transfix   --
8.9
TRANSMARINE :   <заморьѥ>   a transmarine region, (any) region across the sea   --
1.22
TRANSPORT :   <възнєсти, -сѫ, -сєши>   carry, transport, transfer   --
4.188
TRANSPORT :   <понєсти, -сѫ, -сєши>   carry, transport   --
4.183, 4.261, 4.288
TREE :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
TRENCH :   <тризна, тръӏзна>   contest, prize; stadium; trench, track; funeral repast, commemoration of the dead   --
5.151, 5.211, 6.264
TRIBE :   <аглянє, анъглянє>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
TRIBE :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
TRIBE :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
TRIBE :   <вӏатичи>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
TRIBE :   <готинъ>   Goth, Gothic, of the Goths (likely the inhabitants of Gotland, not the East Germanic tribe)   --
1.189
TRIBE :   <козаринъ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
TRIBE :   <кривичи>   (pl.) the Krivitchians (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.35, 1.206, 2.112
TRIBE :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
TRIBE :   <мурома>   the Muroma (a Finnish tribe inhabiting the region along the Oka river)   --
2.121
TRIBE :   <нѹрманє>   (pl.) the Normans, the Northmen, the Norse, Norwegians (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.186
TRIBE :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
TRIBE :   <польскъ>   Poljan, Polian, Poljanian, Polianian, of the Poljan tribe (a Slavic tribe living along the Dnieper)   --
2.231
TRIBE :   <полӏанинъ>   Polan, Polian, Polianian, of the Polianians (a Slavic tribe located along the Dnieper river)   --
1.40
TRIBE :   <рѹсь>   (collective) the Rus, Rus' (a Scandinavian tribe); the land of the Rus, Russia   --
1.172, 1.178, 1.201, 2.17
TRIBE :   <свийнъ>   Swedish, of Sweden (a Scandinavian tribe)   --
1.183
TRIBE :   <словѣнинъ>   Slovene, of the Slovene tribe (located on Lake Ilmen near Novgorod)   --
1.27, 1.204, 2.57, 2.109
TRIBE :   <сѣвєръ>   Severian, of the Severian tribe (a Slavic tribe located along the Sejm and Sula rivers)   --
1.43
TRIBE :   <чюдь>   (collective) the Chuds (a Finnish tribe, in Estonia near Lake Peipus)   --
1.24, 1.202
TRIBUTE :   <дань>   tribute   --
1.19, 1.106, 2.205, 3.41, 3.62, 3.67, 3.81, 3.96, 3.178, 6.192, 6.216, 6.232, 6.281, 6.355, 7.163, 7.175, 7.179
TROOP :   <дрѹжина>   retinue, band of retainers, troop   --
3.23, 3.92, 3.113, 3.119, 3.200, 5.181, 5.246, 5.266, 5.299, 6.90, 7.210, 9.65
TROOP :   <плъкъ>   crowd; people, population; cohort, troop   --
6.46
TROOPS :   <вой>   fighter; (pl.) troops, army   --
5.313, 6.24, 7.8, 7.51, 7.126
TRUST :   <дръзновєньѥ>   daring, audacity; trust, confidence, reliance   --
9.396
TRUVOR :   <Трѹворъ>   Truvor, Thorvardhr (Scandinavian name)   --
2.32, 2.74
TUCK :   <обврътъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
TURKIC :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
TURKIC :   <козаринъ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
TURN :   <възвратити, -штѫ, -тиши>   return; turn away; (refl.) leave   --
5.308
TURN :   <испасти, -падѫ, -падєши>   fall out, turn out, fall down, slip out, escape   --
10.126
TUTOR :   <кръмильць>   tutor, teacher, pedagogue   --
3.247
TWENTY :   <к>   twenty   --
3.298
TWENTY-FOURTH :   <дъвадєсѧтьнъ и чєтврътъ>   twenty-fourth, 24th   --
8.287
TWIG :   <лоза>   twig, branch; grape-vine   --
10.325
TWIST :   <обврътъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
TWO :   <в>   two   --
2.138, 7.177
TWO :   <дъва, дъвѣ>   two   --
2.66, 8.380, 9.202, 9.207
TYPE :   <корабльць>   caravel, (a type of) boat   --
9.122, 10.43
TYPE :   <плємѧ>   seed; sprout, shoot; generation; breed, species, type; tribe, group   --
2.141
TYRANNY :   <власть>   rule, power, authority; despotic rule, tyranny   --
2.77
UKR. :   <Днѣпръ>   Dnieper, (Russ.) Dnepr, (Belor.) Dnjapro, (Ukr.) Dnipro, (classical) Danapris (name of a river flowing into the Black Sea)   --
2.163
UNABLE :   <изнємошти, -могѫ, -можєши>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
UNCLEAR :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
UNCLEAR :   <сътѫга>   (meaning unclear) a binding; clasp, buckle; fibula   --
4.306
UNCLEAR :   <съӏрорѣзаньѥ>   (meaning unclear) child-killing?   --
10.396
UNCOVER :   <обънажити, -жѫ, -жиши>   uncover; strip, deprive; spread apart, expand   --
10.105
UNDER :   <подъ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
UNDER :   <покорити, -рѭ, -риши>   place under, submit, subject; be obedient, obey   --
6.428
UNDERSTAND :   <разѹмѣти, -ѣѭ, -ѣѥши>   come to know, find out, know; understand   --
10.143
UNDERSTAND :   <ѹвѣдѣти, -вѣмь, -вѣси>   see; know, understand   --
8.377
UNDERSTANDING :   <разѹмъ>   understanding, sense, opinion, basic thought   --
9.372, 10.168
UNFADING :   <нєѹвѧдаѥмъ>   unfading   --
8.400
UNITE :   <съмирити, -рѭ, -риши>   make peace; come together, unite; reconcile   --
6.285
UNITE :   <ѹѥдинити, -нѭ, -ниши>   leave behind alone; unite   --
9.307
UNITS :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
UNLESS :   <ѥда>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
UNMERCIFUL :   <нємилостивъ>   unmerciful   --
10.23
UNPLEASANT :   <горькъ>   bitter, pungent, unpleasant   --
8.107, 8.171, 8.178, 9.182
UP :   <възгорѣти, -рѭ, -риши>   burn, burn up   --
7.109
UP :   <възрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
UP :   <възьмати, -ємл҄ѭ, -ємл҄ѥши>   take, take up   --
3.80
UP :   <възѧти, -зьмѫ, -зьмєши>   pick up, take   --
6.162, 7.131
UP :   <въскланӏати, -нӏаѭ, -нӏаѥши>   recline; emerge, bring forth, raise up   --
8.364
UP :   <въсприѩти, -имѫ, -имєши>   take up, receive   --
8.399, 9.282, 9.411
UP :   <въстати, -станѫ, -станєши>   stand up, break out   --
1.120
UP :   <до>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
UP :   <изгорѣти, -рѭ, -риши>   burn up   --
5.113
UP :   <изимати, ѥмлѭ, ѥмлѥши>   take, take up; acquire; capture   --
7.146
UP :   <изодѣӏати сѧ, -одѣѭ сѧ, -одѣѥши сѧ>   be dressed up, be adorned   --
3.27
UP :   <имати, ѥмлѭ, ѥмлѥши>   take, take up; acquire   --
1.18, 1.38, 1.47, 6.282, 7.128
UP :   <искочити, -чѫ, -чиши>   leap up, leap out, start   --
8.22
UP :   <обрътѣти, -штѫ, -тиши>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
UP :   <отъчаӏати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   give up hope, despair   --
9.243
UP :   <потъкнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   stick in or on, fix in or on, fasten together, bind; set up, prop up; strike   --
9.90
UP :   <пристѫпити, -пл҄ѭ, -пиши>   come up to, step up   --
8.50, 8.135
UP :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
UP :   <състигнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   follow, pursue, catch up with, overtake, obtain, procure   --
9.340
UP :   <съсѹти, съсъпѫ, съсъпєши>   collect, heap up   --
5.204, 5.208
UPON :   <брѣшти, брѣгѫ, брѣжєши>   be an object of care or thought, be a concern; (with negation) have no care for, be neglectful of, be careless, be negligent; look down upon, despise   --
10.211, 10.217
UPON :   <възложити, -жѫ, -жиши>   throw upon, cast upon; impose   --
6.356, 7.172, 8.347
UPON :   <ѹполѹчити сѧ, -чѫ сѧ, -чиши сѧ>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
UPPER :   <боричєвъ>   of Boris, relating to Boris; (subst. m.) the Borichev (a trail between upper and lower reaches of Kiev)   --
3.313
US :   <нашь>   our, of us   --
1.210, 4.88, 4.101, 4.278, 4.282, 5.247, 8.190
USEFUL :   <потѧгнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
USELESS :   <ѹтръпати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   grow stiff or useless, become torpid, become listless or inactive, become dull   --
10.177
USU. :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
VAIN :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
VALE :   <подольѥ>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
VALLEY :   <подольѥ>   valley, vale; base, foundation   --
3.326
VALUABLE :   <чиштьнъ>   venerable; valuable   --
8.235
VARANGIAN :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
VARANGIAN :   <варѧжьскъ>   Varangian, of the Varangians   --
2.54
VARANGIANS :   <варѧжьскъ>   Varangian, of the Varangians   --
2.54
VASILI :   <Василий>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
VASILII :   <Василий>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
VASILIJ :   <Василий>   Vasili, Vasilii, Vasilij, Basil (name of a saint)   --
8.418
VENERABLE :   <чиштьнъ>   venerable; valuable   --
8.235
VEPSIANS :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
VERY :   <вєльми>   greatly, very; clearly   --
9.51
VERY :   <зѣло>   very   --
5.168, 9.242, 10.27
VES :   <весь>   (collective) the Ves, Vepsians (a Finnish tribe between Lakes Ladoga and Belo-ozero)   --
1.32, 1.208, 2.118
VIATICHI :   <вӏатичи>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
VIGOROUSLY :   <крѣпъкъ>   (adj.) healthy, strong, powerful; (adv.) strenuously, vigorously   --
6.135
VIGOROUSLY :   <скакати, -чѫ, -чєши>   dance; spring vigorously, to leap or jump up, exult, revel, boast   --
10.99
VIKING :   <варѧгъ>   Varangian, of the Varangian tribe (name of a particular group of Scandinavians); bodyguard (of Viking descent, often applied to members of the Byzantine Emperor's personal guard)   --
1.20, 1.99, 1.170, 1.177, 2.43, 2.103, 2.226, 8.381
VIKING :   <прѣгъбъ>   (meaning unclear) a bending; a bending backward, vain glory, pomposity; a piece of cloth, decorative cloak with bejeweled clasp; cross-bench (of a Viking ship)   --
4.303
VIOLENCE :   <насилити, -лѭ, -лиши>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
VIRTUE :   <доброта>   goodness; beauty; virtue   --
9.366
VISIBLE :   <зьрѣимо>   visible horizon, distance of eyesight; short distance   --
9.116
VJATICHI :   <вӏатичи>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
VOC. :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
VOCATIVE :   <о>   (vocative particle followed by voc. or nom.) o!; (exclamatory particle followed by nom. or gen., less often dat.) oh!   --
9.189, 9.380
VOICE :   <гласъ>   voice, sound, word   --
10.179
VOJEVODA :   <воєвода>   (military) commander, vojevoda   --
3.250
VOLGA :   <Волга>   Volga, (Turkic) Itil, Atil (name of a river flowing into the Caspian Sea)   --
9.80
VOLGA :   <козаринъ>   Khazar, of the Khazars (a Turkic tribe located along the Volga)   --
1.37, 2.208
VOLGA :   <меря>   (collective) the Merians (a Finnish tribe, in the region of Jaroslavl and Rostov, along the Volga river)   --
1.29, 2.115
VYATICHI :   <вӏатичи>   (pl.) the Vjatichi, Viatichi, Vyatichi (a Slavic tribe)   --
1.46
VYSHEGRAD :   <Въӏшєградъ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
VYSHGOROD :   <Въӏшєградъ>   citadel, castle; (as proper name) Vyshegrad, Vyshgorod (name of a city)   --
7.184, 7.189, 8.414
W. :   <бєз (бєс, бє)>   (w. gen.) without   --
9.261
W. :   <владѣти, -дѣѭ, -дѣѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule over, hold power (over)   --
1.112, 1.152, 1.224, 2.230
W. :   <внѣ>   (w. gen.) outside (of)   --
4.215
W. :   <въ>   (w. loc.) in; (w. acc.) into   --
1.5, 1.60, 1.73, 1.86, 1.110, 1.116, 1.126, 1.145, 1.216, 2.107, 2.110, 2.113, 2.116, 2.119, 2.221, 2.236, 3.5, 3.18, 3.40, 3.59, 3.61, 3.83, 3.147, 3.223, 3.239, 3.299, 3.314, 3.355, 4.151, 4.156, 4.185, 4.190, 4.195, 4.228, 4.263, 4.290, 4.302, 4.304, 4.326, 5.21, 5.137, 6.5, 6.68, 6.109, 6.130, 6.378, 6.436, 6.440, 6.455, 6.464, 7.26, 7.65, 7.69, 8.25, 8.183, 8.242, 8.280, 8.286, 8.345, 8.386, 8.419, 9.42, 9.61, 9.63, 9.94, 9.121, 9.131, 9.312, 9.417, 10.42, 10.102, 10.108
W. :   <въздолѣ>   (w. gen.) below, at the bottom of   --
3.321
W. :   <възрѣти, -зрѫ, -зриши>   look closely at, gaze at; look up at (w. prep.)   --
8.101, 8.121, 10.155
W. :   <до>   (w. gen.) to, up to; (with numerals) about   --
3.226, 9.7, 10.327
W. :   <за>   (w. acc.) after, by, because of, for; (w. instr.) behind; (w. gen.) because of   --
1.100, 1.167, 3.274, 3.361, 4.99, 4.102, 4.225, 4.284, 5.25
W. :   <из>   (w. gen.) from, out of   --
1.21, 3.193, 6.136, 7.121, 8.23
W. :   <кромѣ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) outside, far away, on the side, against   --
5.296, 8.324
W. :   <къ>   (w. dat.) to, toward   --
1.169, 1.171, 2.148, 3.65, 3.169, 3.301, 4.15, 4.235, 4.314, 5.7, 5.75, 5.124, 5.131, 5.185, 5.242, 6.175, 6.410, 7.21, 7.31, 7.185, 8.122, 9.139, 9.154, 10.70, 10.156, 10.249, 10.253
W. :   <льзѣ>   permitted, allowable; (w. 'to be') be possible   --
7.104
W. :   <на>   (w. acc.) onto, against, for, to the extent; (w. loc.) on, at   --
1.23, 1.26, 1.28, 1.31, 1.34, 1.39, 1.42, 1.45, 1.122, 1.133, 2.27, 2.169, 3.325, 3.331, 4.177, 4.212, 4.241, 4.256, 4.259, 4.312, 5.284, 5.314, 6.30, 6.47, 6.52, 6.145, 7.173, 8.102, 8.348, 8.361, 9.15, 9.29, 9.67, 9.79, 9.88, 9.119
W. :   <надъ>   (w. acc. or instr.) over, above   --
3.364, 5.146
W. :   <насилити, -лѭ, -лиши>   do violence to, force, oppress (w. dat.)   --
3.68
W. :   <о (об)>   (w. loc.) around; about, concerning; for; by; (w. instr.) at, by, along; (w. acc.) against   --
5.96, 9.141, 9.400
W. :   <обладати, -даѭ, -даѥши>   (freq. w. instr.) rule, rule (over), lead, reign   --
2.125
W. :   <окрѫгъ>   (adv., prep. w. gen.) around, near   --
8.38
W. :   <отъ>   (w. gen.) of, from; by   --
1.51, 2.41, 2.52, 5.110, 6.342, 6.399, 8.159, 8.166, 9.113, 9.137, 9.167, 9.201, 9.275, 9.278, 9.310, 9.364, 9.368, 10.18, 10.83, 10.124, 10.129, 10.295
W. :   <по>   (w. dat.) on, about (motion on surface); (w. acc.) on, after, on account of; (w. loc.) after, following, for   --
1.48, 1.156, 2.14, 2.65, 2.98, 2.162, 3.172, 4.163, 4.231, 5.54, 5.197, 5.220, 5.250, 5.263, 6.91, 6.191, 6.215, 6.231, 6.283, 6.344, 6.401, 6.405, 7.9, 7.14, 7.202, 9.37, 9.238, 9.244
W. :   <подъ>   (w. acc.) under, below (object of motion); (w. instr.) under, below (location)   --
3.312, 7.73, 9.91
W. :   <противъ, противѫ>   (adv.) opposite; (prep. w. dat.) according to; to meet   --
6.42
W. :   <прѣдъ>   (w. acc. or instr.) before, in front of   --
4.138, 5.231
W. :   <ради>   (w. gen.) for, for the sake of, because of   --
4.49
W. :   <сквозѣ, скозѣ>   (w. acc.) through   --
6.64
W. :   <съ>   (w. gen.) (down) from; (w. instr.) with   --
2.9, 2.150, 3.38, 3.95, 3.116, 3.139, 3.241, 3.243, 4.329, 5.265, 6.19, 6.123, 6.287, 6.412, 7.205, 7.209, 8.104, 8.176, 8.234, 8.312, 9.303, 9.345, 9.413
W. :   <ѹ>   (w. gen.) near, at, by   --
2.136, 3.220, 6.303, 6.322, 6.330, 6.364, 6.382, 8.415, 9.397
W. :   <ѹвъӏ>   (w. dat.) alas, woe   --
8.187, 9.190, 9.219, 9.228, 9.291
WAGE :   <воѥвати, воюѭ, воюѥши>   fight, wage war   --
1.130
WAGON :   <возъ>   chariot, wagon, cart   --
4.260
WAKE :   <крѣсити, -шѫ, -сиши>   rouse, wake, raise   --
4.132
WALK :   <ходити, -ждѫ, -диши>   walk, go   --
9.158
WALKING :   <жьзлъ>   staff, walking stick   --
8.201
WALL :   <стрѣха>   roof; projecting part of a wall, cornice, eaves   --
7.74
WALLED :   <градъ>   walled structure, walled fortification; garden, enclosed park; home, dwelling, household; city   --
2.83, 2.100, 2.222, 3.84, 3.194, 3.222, 3.333, 3.356, 4.216, 5.138, 6.110, 6.131, 6.137, 6.163, 6.176, 6.183, 6.437, 6.441, 6.456, 6.465, 7.122, 7.132, 7.145, 7.190
WALLED :   <градъкъ>   town, city, walled enclosure   --
2.171, 2.178, 2.198
WANT :   <въсхотѣти, -хоштѫ, -хоштєши>   want, wish, desire   --
8.226, 8.232, 8.239
WANT :   <жєлати, -лаѭ, -лаѥши>   desire, want, wish for   --
3.122
WANT :   <хотѣти, хоштѫ, хоштєши>   want, wish   --
3.284, 4.134, 4.283, 6.179, 6.209, 6.234, 6.277, 6.280, 6.302, 6.353, 10.145
WANT :   <ѹнити, -нѭ, -ниши>   want; desire; beg; prefer   --
9.343
WAR :   <воѥвати, воюѭ, воюѥши>   fight, wage war   --
1.130
WARN :   <наказати, -заѭ, -заѥши>   chastise; instruct; admonish, warn   --
8.204
WASH :   <измъӏти, -мъӏѭ, -мъӏѥши>   bathe, wash   --
5.72
WASH :   <мъӏти, мъӏѭ, мъӏѥши>   bathe, wash   --
5.93
WASH :   <ѹмъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   wash   --
10.164
WASHING :   <мовь>   a washing, bath   --
5.68
WATER :   <вода>   water   --
3.319, 10.112
WAY :   <тако>   thus, in this way   --
1.190, 3.157, 7.76, 8.396
WAY :   <ѹполѹчити сѧ, -чѫ сѧ, -чиши сѧ>   be in the way, come upon, meet   --
9.395
WEAK :   <изнємошти, -могѫ, -можєши>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
WEAPON :   <орѫжьє>   weapon, sword   --
3.30
WEARIED :   <изнємошти, -могѫ, -можєши>   be unable; be weak; become wearied, be exhausted   --
6.377
WEEP :   <плакати, плачѫ, -чєши>   weep, mourn   --
5.144, 5.195, 8.180, 9.204, 9.237, 9.240, 10.10
WEEPING :   <плачь>   weeping, tears   --
9.181, 9.203
WELL :   <нарочитъ>   established, well established, noteworthy, notable, noble   --
5.19
WESTERN :   <аглянє, анъглянє>   (pl.) the Angles (a Western Germanic tribe)   --
1.187
WET :   <омачати, -чаѭ, -чаѥши>   moisten, wet   --
10.14
WHAT :   <къи, коє, коӏа>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
WHEEL :   <кола, колєсє>   wheel   --
8.349
WHEN :   <когда>   when; sometime   --
6.256, 6.262
WHEN :   <къдє>   where, when   --
5.244
WHEN :   <ӏако>   as, when; in order to; that; because; (introduces quotation)   --
1.179, 3.135, 4.8, 5.207, 5.276, 6.140, 6.249, 6.357, 7.44, 7.130, 8.18, 8.359, 9.108, 9.115, 10.57, 10.94, 10.144
WHERE :   <идє>   where; since; however   --
3.337, 3.357, 5.139, 7.98
WHERE :   <къдє>   where, when   --
5.244
WHETHER :   <аштє>   if, whether   --
3.143, 3.153, 3.160, 5.12, 9.393, 10.243
WHETHER :   <ли>   or; whether   --
4.344, 7.85, 8.259, 10.244
WHETHER :   <понѣ>   or, whether, or then; save, at least, anyhow   --
8.89
WHICH :   <ижє>   who, which   --
1.150, 2.196, 4.92, 5.48, 8.241
WHICH :   <къи, коє, коӏа>   which?, what?; some, any   --
10.225, 10.245
WHITE :   <Бѣло Ѥзєро>   Belo-ozero, Beloozero (literally 'White Lake', name of a lake and the surrounding region)   --
2.28, 2.89, 2.117
WHITE :   <бѣлъ>   white   --
1.49
WHO :   <ижє>   who, which   --
1.150, 2.196, 4.92, 5.48, 8.241
WHO :   <къто>   who   --
3.172, 4.48, 6.146, 6.178, 6.301, 8.40, 8.212, 8.252, 8.258, 9.359
WHOLE :   <вьсь>   all, every; whole   --
2.16, 2.124, 3.151, 3.165, 3.177, 5.114, 6.182, 7.106, 8.130, 8.215, 10.122, 10.128, 10.172
WHOM :   <чьи, чьѥ, чьӏа>   whose, of whom   --
2.176
WHOSE :   <чьи, чьѥ, чьӏа>   whose, of whom   --
2.176
WIFE :   <жєна>   woman, wife   --
3.271
WILD :   <звѣрь>   (wild) animal   --
10.29
WILD :   <лютъ>   terrible, wild   --
10.26
WILD :   <свєрѣпъ>   wild   --
10.28
WIND :   <обврътъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
WISH :   <въсхотѣти, -хоштѫ, -хоштєши>   want, wish, desire   --
8.226, 8.232, 8.239
WISH :   <жєлати, -лаѭ, -лаѥши>   desire, want, wish for   --
3.122
WISH :   <хотѣти, хоштѫ, хоштєши>   want, wish   --
3.284, 4.134, 4.283, 6.179, 6.209, 6.234, 6.277, 6.280, 6.302, 6.353, 10.145
WITHIN :   <деместиковъ>   of the domesticus, relating to the domesticus (originally within Byzantine tradition a term denoting the leader of certain guard units; later a term applied to certain civil and ecclesiastical posts, in particular to the choir leader)   --
3.360
WITHOUT :   <бєз (бєс, бє)>   (w. gen.) without   --
9.261
WOE :   <страсть>   suffering, woe; passion, martyrdom   --
9.410
WOE :   <ѹвъӏ>   (w. dat.) alas, woe   --
8.187, 9.190, 9.219, 9.228, 9.291
WOLF :   <влъкъ>   wolf   --
3.146, 4.76
WOMAN :   <жєна>   woman, wife   --
3.271
WONDER :   <почѹдити сѧ, -ждѫ сѧ, -диши сѧ>   marvel at, wonder   --
8.254
WOODS :   <борьѥ>   (usu. collective) pine; cypress; cedar; (any) tree; woods, forest   --
8.362
WORD :   <глаголъ>   word, speech   --
8.112
WORD :   <гласъ>   voice, sound, word   --
10.179
WORD :   <слово>   word   --
8.157, 8.164
WORK :   <дѣлати, -лаѭ, -лаѥши>   work, toil; till; quarry   --
6.194
WORK :   <потѧгнѫти, -нѫ, -нєши>   work, be useful, strive, be strong, be able   --
6.89
WORK :   <съдѣлати, -аѭ, -аѥши>   found, establish; work, build   --
2.197
WORLD :   <миръ>   world; peace   --
8.141, 8.228
WORSHIP :   <поклонъ>   bow; worship; salutation, greeting   --
6.413
WORTHY :   <съподобити, -блѭ, -биши>   deem worthy   --
9.406
WOULD :   <ѥда>   if, if only, would that; that not, lest; unless, otherwise   --
5.28
WOUND :   <пробости, -дѫ, -дєши>   wound, injure   --
8.383, 9.258
WRAP :   <обврътъӏвати, -ваѭ, -ваѥши>   wrap, tuck; wind, twist   --
7.25
WRAP :   <обрътѣти, -штѫ, -тиши>   wrap up, envelop, involve; return   --
8.344
WRETCHED :   <милъ>   wretched, pitiable; excusable   --
8.67, 8.74, 8.191, 9.381, 10.186, 10.344
WRETCHED :   <оканьнъ>   wretched   --
9.11
WRETCHED :   <пѹштий>   more pitiable, more wretched   --
4.357
XORIV :   <Хоривъ>   Khoriv, Xoriv (brother of Kyi)   --
2.195
YAROSLAV :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of a prince, brother of Svjatopolk, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.140
YAROSLAV :   <Ярославъ>   Jaroslav, Yaroslav (name of the brother of Svjatoslav, Boris, Gleb, and Predslava)   --
9.153
YEAR :   <лѣто>   year, summer   --
1.6, 1.61, 1.74, 1.87, 2.68, 3.6, 3.21, 6.6, 6.159
YET :   <ѥщє>   yet, still   --
10.383
YOU :   <вашь>   of you, your (pl.)   --
4.126, 4.285, 5.26, 6.184, 8.138, 10.251, 10.283
YOU :   <твои, твоє, твоӏа>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
YOU :   <тъӏ>   you, thou   --
3.44, 4.135, 4.164, 4.172, 4.189, 4.239, 4.345, 5.132, 5.251, 6.208, 6.288, 6.323, 6.331, 6.365, 6.374, 6.383, 8.145, 9.46, 9.50, 9.161, 9.165, 9.245, 9.304, 9.311, 9.346, 9.414, 10.200, 10.231, 10.278, 10.341, 10.345
YOUNG :   <малъ>   small, young   --
3.117, 3.205, 5.180, 6.284, 6.329, 6.366, 6.385, 7.28, 8.84, 9.64, 9.99
YOUNG :   <юность>   youth, young age   --
10.266
YOUR :   <вашь>   of you, your (pl.)   --
4.126, 4.285, 5.26, 6.184, 8.138, 10.251, 10.283
YOUR :   <твои, твоє, твоӏа>   thy, thine, your, of you (sg.)   --
4.69, 4.74, 9.327, 9.365
YOUTH :   <юность>   youth, young age   --
10.266